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  • Do it Yourself Electrical Wiring

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    This guide is for information on home electrical wiring. We provide general information on how to wire these electrical devices. We assume no liability due to incorrect wired devices!

    Always consult the National Electrical Code, for information on legal codes and standards of electrical wiring.

    It is important to note that electrical codes change, and that in some areas local electrical codes are not the same as the National Electrical code.

    The local authority having jurisdiction in your area may have different codes than the national code.

    It is important to find out if your local codes differ from the national code, your local authority having jurisdiction is the final judge and jury.

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  • Related Resources:

  • National Electrical Code Handbook 2008
  • 2008 National Electrical Codebook
  • Stallcup's Illustrated Code Changes, 2008 Edition
  • The Complete Guide to Home Wiring (Black and Decker Complete Guides Series)
  • Wiring Simplified
  • Guide to Using the National Electrical Code
  • Residential Remodeling and Repair Professional Reference
  • Electrical Services and Grounding Video.
  • Electrical Code Inspection Wiring and Devices Video
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    Disclaimer: You understand that you are personally responsible for your own wiring, and that you're wiring should conform to the National Electrical code. The information provided is general installation advice. We make no claims about the completeness or the accuracy of the information as it may apply to an infinite amount of field conditions. It is the responsibility of the person or persons using this information to check with all concerned parties, owners and local authorities, etc. before doing an installation. Users of this information agree to hold Wireityourself.com or any of its agents harmless form liabilities of any kind relating to the use of this information. You also agree to the terms set forth in our terms and conditions.