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Old 07-25-2012, 09:27 PM   #1
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looks like that noodle is about to fry.....~CS~
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I think it will last another 20 years..
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so few neutral strands are bound to heat up, extra efficient heating the outside of the house!
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Now that pic will become the poster child for all the SE haters.. besides 220/221..

For the record.. that is the old style SE cable.. the stuff we use now has a hard plastic covering..

But I'm sure that will do nothing to stop the haters from ranting..
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