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Electrical Consultant Joe Tedesco found this one not only surprising, but very dangerous. He’d like you to know that before you watch a DIY video and get very bad advice, please be careful. There are some DIY projects you don’t want to attempt.
I am still wondering why YouTube allows these types of video clips by DIY persons and why his former college allows this blog! – Joe Tedesco
However, not all videos on YouTube offer bad advice. This one by Sparky Channel Productions explains how to perform the exact same task.
What can you, as a professional home inspector, do to help?
- Alert your clients to the dangers of working with a system or component they are not familiar with.
- Always recommend an experienced licensed and bonded professional.
- Share this page through social media NOW to help prevent this potential life threatening video from being seen.
What should a homeowner do? Take care when performing DIY projects. It’s best to leave tasks like electrical repairs to the pros.
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