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Dave Rongey

The website consists of hundreds of pages of quality home electrical wiring information including:

Instructional Electrical Tutorials
Video Examples of Electrical Procedures
On-The-Job Electrical Wiring Photos
Detailed Electrical Wiring Diagrams
Electrical Repair Questions and Answers

These resources are placed with the hundreds of pages found in the main website and within the electrical questions and answers blog area.

The best way to locate exactly what you are looking for is by using the blue links to topics that are located at the top of most of the pages of the website.

Another way to locate electrical topics of interest is to use the sitemap pages. There is a separate site map for the blog and a different sitemap for the website area. One very helpful way to locate information while in the sitemap page is to simply press [ctrl] and [f] which will activate a search area at the bottom of the browser page where you can type in a word or two about what it is you are looking for, then you will see the words  located with the sitemap page, and pressing Next or Previous will navigate you through the page as well.

An electrical question may be submitted using a very easy to use question form which will help me provide an answer. The volume of questions is such that I am usually behind on answering currently received questions. In situations where you require an immediate assistance I have provided a Priority Process that will expedite your question with a small fee.

Most of the questions that I receive have already been answered at least one time and the answer can be found by simply using the blue search bar at the top of the pages.

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Dave Rongey – Ask-The-Electrician