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Safety When Working With Electricity

How to Use Safety When Working on Electrical Wiring

Safety When Working With Electricity
Electrical Question: Is it true you can simply flip the switch to “off” and work on electrical lighting without turning off the main circuit breaker?

Background: Gloria, a Homeowner from 29 Palms Ca.

Dave The Electrician’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical question Gloria.

How to Use Safety When Working on Electrical Wiring

NEVER Take Chances!
If at any time you are uncomfortable or unsure about working on any electrical wiring project then be sure to consult a licensed electrical contractor.

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