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All kidding asside, if you are in the United States, hire a Licenced Electrician. He may laugh, and take them down for nothing, and you might tip him $25 to $40 for his time, or he might charge you for his minimum time, But if you have to ask this, you shouldn't be doing this yourself. The power in those lines could easily kill you, or throw you off a ladder you might put up there, the fall breaking your neck etc. No Kidding, let the professionals do it. Regards --- GooseBay_Camper

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