Carpenter Electrical Tools List

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Having a carpenter electrical tools checklist will help make sure that you're always prepared for any potential issue that you may face. Get a carpenter electrical tools list with help from a longtime electrical contractor in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm George Argo with Argo Electrical Services and I am the Surge Protector Guy. Today, let's talk about carpenters electrical tool checklist. What I have here is a Saws All. You can see that I'm plugging in the cord into the end of it, or I'm attempting to. Anyway the way this dude works is it spins in. Never attach the cord to the power source until you are ready to operate. Now if you'll notice the end of this cord, it does not have a ground plug on it, neither does our skill saw that you see here. For some reason or another this is kind of a loop hole with the UL Riders. Never, ever operate these tools outdoors or in a wet location without them being GFI protected. The GFI will trip if you get into any water or any kind of hazard. They actually make some saws now that are so delicate that you could actually touch them with a hot dog and it would cut the saw, it would cut the power to the saw. Obviously these don't work like that. Another bad habit of old time carpenters is to pin up the safety guard. Never, ever stop the safety devices on any of your electrical tools. It could cause bodily injury and it's just not a safe practice. Again, this is George Argo with Argo Electrical Services. I'm the Surge Protector Guy, and you just watched carpenter electrical tool list.


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