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Electrical Safety
By John A. Tuttle

Hi All,  In response to yesterdays request for information on electrical
safety, don't take chances with 50+year-old wire.  Period !

As an electronics technician, I've seen lots of damage that could have
been easily avoided by simply changing the old wires.  It's no big deal.
And having peace of mind is much more important than an hours worth of
work.

Bottom line: don't wait until you get to the point where you say to
yourself 'when in doubt.. change it' -- just change it.

Musically,
John A. Tuttle


(Message sent Wed 25 Jun 1997, 13:51:19 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

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