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Old 06-12-03, 09:13 PM
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So, if I have time, patience, and a teacher, how realistic would it be for me to do the initial stages of re-wiring my new house? I have NO experience with anything like this, and am more than eager to learn. The final stages, of course, would be done by an electrician.
 
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Old 06-12-03, 09:46 PM
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Unless you have about a year to prepare, this is probably not feasible. There's a lot to learn.
 
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What is the "finish" on the walls and ceilings?-lath & plaster or sheetrock? possibly you could start by setting the new outlet- boxes on the studs.Please describe the type of house, it's age, 1 or 2 stories, attic?, basement? , Service location, ampacity of Service, fuses? etc.
 
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