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#112429 06/21/01 07:49 AM
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#112431 06/21/01 07:42 PM
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not really,
those loose wires, the connector, may or may not be the right kind..
loose unsecured stuff..

#112432 09/02/01 12:14 PM
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Definetly not! Those single wires need to be in pipe.


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