> the term "motor expert"
>> (or an equivilent). Just who in the hell is this person you refer to?
> Once we had our wiring problem, we brought a copy of the motor specs
> to the local motor experts, Judice Electric Motor Co., and got advice
> from them, regarding proper wiring and whether the switch was
> appropriate for the 4 hp saw, relative to the specs. Judice Electric
> is relaiable, I've had past work performed by them. To the best of
> their knowledge and charts, they offered their opinion about what all
> wiring was needed. Then I went to Teche Electric Supply and the sales
> rep, knowledgeable, also, helped us. The electrician hired was
> standing there and I asked his advice and if he'd come out to do the
> Karl may have been referring to my reference to motor experts, Judice
> Electric .... (and (implied?) the other experts, in their turn, in
> servicing us).