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Installing a Circuit Breaker in an Existing Panel Installing a Circuit Breaker in an Existing Panel Online Membership Required

When adding a new circuit or replacing a faulty breaker, here is what you need to know to work safely in the panel

Soldering Copper Pipe

A seasoned plumber shows you how to keep it simple—and safe

Lead-Paint Safety, At Home And On The Job
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Lead-Paint Safety, At Home And On The Job

Whether you're remodeling an older home or just living in one, the paint must be treated with respect, especially if young children are involved

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