copy of NEC?
Where can one find a copy of the NEC? is it online? local libraries have it? Barnes and Noble? have to be in the trade? is it free?
HAving a copy of the NEC is not likely to help most amateurs for many reasons, after all, there are quite a few electricians that have trouble understanding it and even ones that have plenty of ecperiance have problems with certain sections ( I include myself))
Instead of investing in a copy of the NEC, see if your local schools offer a night class in residential wiring or purchase a few electrical wiring books aimed at homeowners.
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