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This video tutorial works for single pole as well as double pole circuit breakers. Tools needed for this project will be standard flat-head screwdriver, highly recommended sniffer or a stick tester and digital multimeter.

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2 Comments


  1. Joe
    Apr 20, 2018

    This person is not aware of Electrical Safety with reference to NFPA-70E and the hazards involved for electric shock and arc-flash. Many issues here improper testing, no PPE, improper tools, etc. Also this person is not .aware of NFPA-70 (NEC) on manufacture torqueing to prevent overheating. I’m surprised that EEP allowed this type of video to be posted on their site. Big Liability!


  2. peter34
    Jan 23, 2013

    Hello,
    Funny electrician, he has no personal protective equipment, no tools isolated, not abscence voltage checker (VAT).
    I love his screwdriver mechanic a little worn on the end.
    I hope that no work like that in real life.
    Kind regards
    Peter

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