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Old 03-12-2020, 02:29 PM   #1
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I don't know why but I really enjoy these older informational videos. This guy and the background music remind me of the original Dragnet TV show.
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Direct bury transformers? HV switching mounted on the side of a house? I have never heard of such things. Are these still in use?

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I bet all those neighborhoods are Section 8 now.
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Direct bury transformers? HV switching mounted on the side of a house? I have never heard of such things. Are these still in use?

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How would you like to pull the connections out of the water?
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How would you like to pull the connections out of the water?
I would not. I also don't think I'd want a transformer buried right beside my house, nor a HV tap box mounted beside my meter.

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A new home for as much as $65,000.... i will take 2.
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