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Old 10-19-2018, 08:20 AM   #41
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Since it's open guess time ....

They are Tesla call center employees.
Training them so they have a remote clue what the owners are calling them about.

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Old 10-19-2018, 10:39 AM   #42
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Just struck me as an unusual thing to see and bad for the trade if tesla is unlicensed cutt and reconnecting not to have to pull the meter ie no permit. Sky isnt falling ladies relax thought it waa interesting/ wierd and thought somebody had some insight but apparently not
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Just struck me as an unusual thing to see and bad for the trade if tesla is unlicensed cutt and reconnecting not to have to pull the meter ie no permit.
I still don't understand.

Who said that these people would be unlicensed if and when they do the work?

Most people who are in training classes aren't licensed yet, that doesn't mean that they will not be licensed when they are out contracting work.

I would find it way more odd to know that licensed guys are sitting in a class learning how to splice a service, since that is something you learn earlier in the trade.
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I still don't understand.

Who said that these people would be unlicensed if and when they do the work?

Most people who are in training classes aren't licensed yet, that doesn't mean that they will not be licensed when they are out contracting work.

I would find it way more odd to know that licensed guys are sitting in a class learning how to splice a service, since that is something you learn earlier in the trade.
I'm in school testing on 600v, working on transformers, motors, etc etc and I've never stepped foot on a jobsite yet. There's a whole lot of assuming going on in that first post.
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