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Old 02-13-2009, 11:57 AM  
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Thanks guys, you have been a big help.
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Just a side note ... for those who are not familiar with arc faults, here is a useful source:
http://www.safeelectricity.org/infor...uit-protection
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Are you going to rewire the outlets upstairs? It might be a good idea to run an extra circuit so you have room when it comes time to do the outlets.
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