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They weren't thinking about the electrician (or the plumber) when they buried this hot-tub motor and pump under a deck set 18 inches off the ground-says the author, who faced this mess on a recent job. How to Remodel Around Electrical Systems by David Shapiro An electrician's advice on how to work on your system without accidentally changing his. I recently spent a frustrating afternoon with another electrician troubleshooting a material conveyor at a steel plant. The conveyer ran on electric trolley wires along the outside of a building. It ran fine, until one day when it failed to start. The problem? A week before, the roof had been painted, with ample dripping on the power conductor. Now, whenever the power-takeoff wheel landed