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#113136 - 03/08/02 09:29 PM Accident waiting to happen!  
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What's that issue again --- taping around receptacles? What about this terrible mess I found on the side of a commercial building near the phone booths.

I always did use tape anyway to give some additional safety when someone could come into contact with those live terminals!

Yes, this was alive or energized, however you want to say it --- an accident waiting to happen!!

Joe Tedesco


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#113137 - 03/09/02 10:28 PM Re: Accident waiting to happen!  
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your right joe, not to mention a lawsuit by the victim. [Linked Image] looks like someone would fix this.i wouldn't let that be around where i had a store or other things. [Linked Image]


#113138 - 03/10/02 12:34 AM Re: Accident waiting to happen!  
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What a lovely shade of green...

Is that an FS box imbedded in the Concrete?


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#113139 - 03/10/02 09:30 AM Re: Accident waiting to happen!  
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Sure looks like an FS box to me!


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#113140 - 03/12/02 10:07 PM Re: Accident waiting to happen!  
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FS. you will not see the conduits enter, They are in external hubs.
This is a Bell box, or a plain old 4-S.
Get a clue?



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