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Should I use a GFCI or AFCI circuit breaker with knob and tube wiring?
My American house was built in 1942, and much of the wiring is still knob-and-tube wiring (2-wire, no ground). Over the years new modern wiring has been added to the house, but we still have some KnT ...
Oct 29 '13 at 3:52
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