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Old 03-10-2019, 07:42 PM   #1
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on a blank wall, how could an experienced electrician determine where to install an electrical outlet so its just for the use of a cord electric shaver? an electric shaver that runs off the cord..... not too low or high but just the exact or approximate location so it will be just right for the person using the corded electric shaver. how could an experienced electrician determine this or hit an approximate target? an electrical buff here please. rsvp. thank you.
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an experienced electrician would do the following:

take out a hammer, if the hammer is out in the truck, make a fist.

using the hammer or the fist, make a hole in the wall.

trim the hole, install box, receptacle, wiring, etc, not necessarily in that order.






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