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  1. Electrical outlets are usually mounted in walls. (Web site)


  1. Turn off the computer and devices, disconnect them from their electrical outlets, and wait 10 to 20 seconds.


  1. Electrical outlets are usually mounted in walls. (Web site)


  1. Broadband over Power Lines (BPL) modems work similarly but utilize electrical lines to transfer data; BPL modems are plugged into electrical outlets. (Web site)

Isdn Equipment

  1. ISDN requires more power than your phone line can carry, so ISDN equipment must be powered from electrical outlets in your home or business.

Electrical Outlets

  1. Infiltration - Uncontrolled leakage of air into a building through cracks around doors, windows, electrical outlets and at structural joints.
  2. Outside air can infiltrate your home around poorly sealed doors, windows, electrical outlets, and through openings in foundations and exterior walls.
  3. Remember that if any air is leaking through electrical outlets or around plumbing connections into your wall cavities, moisture is carried along the path.


  1. History > Castles > Gates > Doors
  2. Cracks
  3. Isdn Equipment
  4. Exterior Walls
  5. Wall Cavities
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