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 Can You Use Electrical Tape to Insulate Wire in a Wall?

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What size electrical wire is needed for wall outlets?

The National Electrical Code specifies two types of 120-volt wall outlets. General-purpose outlets can supply up to 15 amps of current, but those in kitchens, laundries and baths require 20-amp rat... Read More »
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Does the adhesive in electrical tape affect the signals passing though speaker wire?

No.However, electrical tape is not intended to hold wires together;it is intended only to insulate them to prevent shorts.The wire strands should be tightly twisted so that they will stay together ... Read More »
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Where is the electrical supply wire located on rear of GE profile double wall ovens?

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How to Insulate Electrical Boxes?

According to an article by Dan Thompson, "Reducing Heat Loss in Residential Construction: The Insulated Electrical Outlet Box", posted on the E Building Envelope Forum, as much as 20 percent of all... Read More »
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