Better Homes and Gardens Step-by-step Wiring
Benjamin W. Allen
Better Homes and Gardens Books, 1997 - House & Home - 112 pages
Offers the nuts-and-bolts information do-it-yourselfers need to make household wiring improvements.320 full-color illustrations demonstrate the steps for common home wiring projects.Readers easily can see what tools and materials to use for each project or application.Instructions include skill level required, technical infor-mation, and how much time to allow for each project.Code and safety issues are highlighted so readers can determine if their work meets standards.
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