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  • 6 months later...

From what I have seen of people pulling wires in the field, you may learn something from people in the field, but I am not sure if it is what you want to know.

Check with local community college or technical college. They often have programs for the trades. You would learn the correct way to do things and would likely have to become familar with the electrical code. A much better system than relying on a fella who is only passing along what he learned from the guy who has been at 6 month longer.

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