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  • Guide to Using the National Electrical Code

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    This has to be one of the best books for giving your average homeowner an easy understanding of the code and how to use it A must have book for do it yourself home wiring.

    Written in accordance with the 2008 National Electrical Code, the Guide to Using the National Electrical Code book is designed to provide straightforward, easy-to-understand explanations of how to use and apply the Code. Readers with little or no electrical experience can learn how to use the NEC to find must-know information quickly. The Guide to Using the National Electrical Code contains the essential information for determining the minimum requirements for installing electrical wiring and equipment in a safe and proper manner. Coverage has been thoughtfully arranged to clearly explain the basic information and the use of the NEC, which is vital to understanding how to meet Code requirements for safe electrical installations. New and Used Copies Available

    - Author: Gregory W. Fletcher
    - Publisher: Cengage Delmar Learning
    - Pub. Date: December 2007
    - Edition Number: 2
    - Price Varies
    - Rating: 5 of 5 Lightning Bolts -

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    Disclaimer: You understand that you are personally responsible for your own wiring, and that you're wiring should conform to the National Electrical code. The information provided is general installation advice. We make no claims about the completeness or the accuracy of the information as it may apply to an infinite amount of field conditions. It is the responsibility of the person or persons using this information to check with all concerned parties, owners and local authorities, etc. before doing an installation. Users of this information agree to hold Wireityourself.com or any of its agents harmless form liabilities of any kind relating to the use of this information. You also agree to the terms set forth in our terms and conditions.

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