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Ethiopia Residential Wiring Diagram

Electrical installation for residential wiring for a home in Ethiopia…


Electrical Question from Sisay about 220 Volt Wiring Diagram
Background: Sisay, a Homeowner from Addis Ababa Ethiopia
Question: Electrical installation in residential

Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical question Sisay. Currently I do not have any residential wiring information for a residential home in Ethiopia. If you would like to provide me with one I would be happy to take a look at it.

The Following links will assist you with your electrical question:

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4 Responses to “Ethiopia Residential Wiring Diagram”
  1. sintayehu belay says:

    I am interested about this and learning though this website.
    Thank you
    Sintayehu

    • Dave Rongey says:

      Hi Sintayehu,
      I am very glad to hear this information is helping you.
      Thank you for visiting, and I hope you will become a good electrician in your area where you can help others as well.
      All the Best to You and Your People,
      Dave

  2. Abdu says:

    Hi my name is Abdu, I’m from Ethiopian and I live in Canada Toronto. I’m a second year electrician apprentice. I have a plan to go back to Ethiopia and to do some electrical work soon. I’m going to get the license so what you can help me I have apply to do residential wiring job.

    • Dave Rongey says:

      Hi Abdu,
      It is good that you are learning much about electrical wiring and have participated in the electrical apprentice program there in Canada so you can help out your people of Ethiopia. They will be very proud and happy that you have returned to help then with their home electrical wiring projects. This website is full of resources that will assist you from anywhere in the world, and I am happy to share my knowledge and experience with you and so many others.
      Best Wishes for Your Future as an Electrician!
      Dave

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