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How can high and low voltage be mixed in a junction box?
So I'm aware of the standard rule of thumb, keep high and low voltage away from each other, preferably on opposite sides of a stud. However, while looking at some properties, I'm seeing telephone and ...
Jul 14 '12 at 0:26
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