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What is electrical joints and splices?

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Electrical joints and/or splices are points in a continuum of wiring at which new wire is either added for extended length to the final intended outlet, or branched off for additional outlets.
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Lap splice is the most common splice for electrical wires. Another is using switch box or junction box to join electrical wires of limited length. But joints are limited as per Electrical
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1. Turn off all power to whatever you are working on before you work on splicing. 2. Prepare your wires by stripping one inch of plastic coating from each end using wire strippers
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Making an electrical splice with out turning off the electricity can be dangerous. So make sure if this is in your house turn off the electric to that area first. You can find more
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