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From a legal standpoint, it depends on where you live. Some jurisdictions require that only licensed, insured tradespeople ,complete with permits and inspections, can do any electrical work. Others allow a homeowner to do basic "maintenance type" jobs themselves, such as changing light fixtures, switches, and even installing new appliances. If you have to install a new breaker, new branch wiring, receptacles etc., you will likely need the services of a professional. Another consideration is that if the installation causes a loss down the road, fire,or injury, your insurance carrier may abandon you! Your best bet is to call your local Inspection Authority, and most appliance vendors will reccomend good tradespeople in your area. I hope this is helpful, Rob.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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