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Avoid instrumentation problems by properly installing low-voltage wiring. Commented on: 6 weeks ago (March 24, 2015)

Hi Wingnut,
Unfortunately, many of our older print articles (such as this one) appear on our website without their original graphics. Although the graphics are not available to post here, we...

The Case of the Multimeter Meltdown Commented on: 8 weeks ago (March 10, 2015)

Here's a comment from one of our readers.

"While this article was instructive, a point should be made regarding the proper method to be used when checking for the presence of voltage. The...

MSHA Issues Electrical Safety Alert Commented on: 10 weeks ago (February 23, 2015)

Oops! Thanks for pointing out the error. I just fixed the headline.

Westex FR Clothing FAQs Commented on: 12 weeks ago (February 9, 2015)

Complete the required fields above and hit the submit button. Once this step is complete, you'll see some blue text that says, "Download EC&M FAQ: FR Clothing". Click on this text link and the...

Code Q&A: Calculating Feeder or Service Loads Commented on: 28 weeks ago (October 17, 2014)


You're absolutely right. Great catch!

I went ahead and corrected this so no one else will be confused by this error.


Stumped by the Code? Commented on: 29 weeks ago (October 10, 2014)

Hi Doug,
You're looking at material we published back in 2006. At that time, our NEC content was based on the 2005 edition of the Code. Most of the articles we publish today are based on the...

Protection of Audio Equipment Commented on: 29 weeks ago (October 8, 2014)

You're absolutely right. Thanks for pointing out the error. I need to be more careful when typing in the answers.

I just fixed the error.

Labor Hours and the Estimate Summary Commented on: 33 weeks ago (September 12, 2014)

Thanks for pointing out this error. The equation symbols got lost when the article was first uploaded to our site. I've gone in and fixed them.

Motors and Voltage Imbalance, Part 4 Commented on: 38 weeks ago (August 6, 2014)

Oops! We got a little ahead of ourselves and improperly named Part 4 of this series as Part 5. I corrected the title to get us back on track. Thanks for pointing this out to us.

Dannemiller Electric in Ohio Damaged from Fire Commented on: 41 weeks ago (July 21, 2014)

EC&M regrets the editorial error in referencing a company with a similar name to events that occurred in 1986. Those remarks have been removed from this page so as not to cause further...

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