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Old 12-12-2016, 06:32 AM   #161
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I would like to be able to access my original account. The account was "John" and i did try to reset my password but I don't remember the email address that I used originally. It could of been that I cannot access anymore, don't know.

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Old 12-13-2016, 12:01 AM   #162
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Look in to post questions on the nec I'm having problem with. How do you post these questions?
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Look in to post questions on the nec I'm having problem with. How do you post these questions?
There is two spots you can post the NEC code question in this fourm.

A) General discussion section.

B) NEC code section.

Just scroll down to the section you want to post the question and go from there.
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Trying to find a location to post a question about zeroing a Klein CL2300 Clamp meter in DC Amps. Mine doesn't zero out. Shows about 16 amps. Is this normal? Where do I post this question?
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Trying to find a location to post a question about zeroing a Klein CL2300 Clamp meter in DC Amps. Mine doesn't zero out. Shows about 16 amps. Is this normal? Where do I post this question?
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Trying to find a location to post a question about zeroing a Klein CL2300 Clamp meter in DC Amps. Mine doesn't zero out. Shows about 16 amps. Is this normal? Where do I post this question?
Welcome SlingBob. There is a Tools, Equipment, and New Products forum you can post your question in: http://www.electriciantalk.com/f14/

Or the General Electrical Discussion forum would be fine too: http://www.electriciantalk.com/f2/
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