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Billy Roberts

05:32AM | 11/30/03
Member Since: 11/29/03
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does anyone know where I can buy a book on how to wire christmas lightsI would like to make the light string a certain length. But I cant figure out how to wire them

Joe Tedesco

01:16PM | 12/01/03
Member Since: 07/27/02
140 lifetime posts
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CHRISTMAS TREE AND
DECORATIVE OUTFITS (DGVT)

This category covers temporary-use, seasonal decorative lighting products and accessories with a maximum input rating of 120 volts a.c.

Temporary use is considered to be a period of installation and use not to exceed 90 days per year.

A seasonal product is a product painted in colors to suggest a holiday theme or a snow covering, a figure in a holiday costume, or any decoration associated with a holiday or a particular season of the year.
The products contained within this category are factory-assembled, portable and intended for connection to a receptacle. This category does not contain non-seasonal lighting, non-seasonal products,
permanently connected products, non-decorative lighting intended for general illumination only, cord sets (extension cords) or relocatable power taps. In listing Christmas tree and Decorative outfits, it is assumed that any medium base, intermediate base, candelabra base, miniature base or midget-base lamps to be used in these products are made in accordance with American National Standards Institute specifications as well as applicable UL 588 requirements.

The use of lamps which are not in conformance with such standards may present shock hazards or high temperature conditions which are in excess of safe limits of operation.




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