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#206594 07/19/12 08:17 PM
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I am looking for a newer version of the Comed handbook (or codebook). Does anyone know where to buy one? Mine is dated 1986.

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Not that book. The one I have,
"Information and Requirements for the Supply of Electric Service"

Commonwealth Edison Company

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Fire off an email to them at www.comed.com and see if the new book is available.
FPL has that book on their web site but I didn't see it at Comed.


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Thank you very much for your help.


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