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#9674 - 05/09/02 10:50 AM Electrical License
gman Offline
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I'm working on getting my class III license for electrical inspector. Can anyone recommend what books to study from? This web site has many to choose from. I also can not get a straight answer from the State of Ohio as to which code book the test is based on 1999 or 2002. Thanks in advance for any help.

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#9675 - 05/09/02 02:47 PM Re: Electrical License
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The International Association of Electrical Inspectors has some study guides that should wring you out pretty good. Try the one they use for a general electrical inspector.

They used to have a web site, but it appears to be closed. Try them at (972) 235-1455
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