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  1. General Electrical Discussion
    The initial problem was “tail light out”, so I went to replace it but the big yellow wire had a 3-prong female connector at the end of it. My boss told me to cut it off and splice it to another male connector (since the lights we carry have the female connection. The yellow wire is black...
  2. Canadian Electrical Forum
    I had someone tell me that the new 4-022 of 2018 says you have to pigtail all identified conductors. Where I read it as the complete opposite, where it does not allow you to pigtail identified conductors. Thoughts?
  3. General Electrical Discussion
    I'm trying to add another receptacle in the adjacent room, for a TV above the fireplace. (FYI: I can get behind the walls there is a avoid behind the fireplace) I have any outlet in my bedroom that has two wires coming in (one hot and one for the downstream receptacle (or it ties into a light...
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