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B a r r y B u r k e J r . wrote:

Hi, Mark is a brave man with iron heart, LOL. Tony
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William:
WW> I'm in the process of reqiring the low-voltage stuff in the house WW> (phone, data, video). I've got a request from SWMBO to place a phone WW> near the bathtub. Does anyone know how close I'm allowed to put it by WW> code, or does it matter? I'd also suggest a cordless phone. A corded phone's voltage/current probably won't zap someone but why take the chance? Ring voltage is around 100v @ 20 Hz.
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If you do this, don't call me while you are showering. I actually had someone call me once while they were in the shower. All I heard was water running, and it made me needing to take a piss. You CAN live without the phone for the 10 minutes you shower.... REALLY, YOU CAN !
On 5 Nov 2003 11:35:22 -0800, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com (William Wilson) wrote:

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