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#106758 02/10/05 06:24 PM
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Hello,

I've never submitted one of these before, but here goes...

Aluminum wire on a Cu-Only device, and the wires are poorly attached too.

-Joey (jdadamo)
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#106759 02/10/05 06:32 PM
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should read "aluminum" wire... of course that's probably clear in the photo [Linked Image]

Wonder how much load those connections could handle before failing horribly...

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should read "aluminum" wire
OOPs!! sorry about that, I lost a word in doing the Copy/Paste. I fixed it.

thanks,
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