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 What is an element that is often made into electrical wire?

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What would happen if I plugged the cable wire into an electrical outlet?

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When remodeling a kitchen can you wire a new electric range into the outlet that previously had the refrigerator plugged into it?

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How do I Run an Electrical Feed From an Electrical Meter Into a Load Center?

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How do I make a strip of LED lights that plug into an electrical outlet and have an on/off switch?

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