"Copyrightę1990 Joseph A. Tedesco, NEC Consultant, All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval systems, without special permission in writing from the Author."
This book is for free, no strings attached. It sold thousands of copies and it was my first book. I am happy to share this and hope that it will be of some help.
Please remember that it was based upon the 1990 NEC.
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I still have a copy of your book over the visor of my car. It was a good sanity check when I thought I was forgetting something on an inspection. It made me a better inspector. Have you updated it to the 2011?
No, I have not updated this edition, however you can find the larger version that was developed for the 1999 NEC on the www.IAEI.org web site publications list with the same title.
I can remember when I wrote this 1st edition, I used a Mac and typed it in ALL CAPS and was told that was not the way to write anything!
So not knowing how to do the change for sentence case I started all over again, it took me eleven hours. Later I had someone who knew how to set up the word file, prepare it for me then it was published. I will develop audio files for each chapter soon. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
Joe Tedesco, NEC Consultant
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