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C-2E Lines to Transmit Electricity (2018-03-29)

The installation, alteration and repair of overhead or underground secondary lines which transmit electricity, including the installation of poles, towers, anchors, guys, transformers, substations, circuit breakers and any other related hardware, equipment or systems.

# of Questions 40
Minimum Passing Score of 70%
Time Allowed 1.5 Hours

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