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Utility workers have historically replaced energized electrical meters by first removing the meters and installing anti - tamper shields where the meter mounting devices are located. The installations are then locked and sealed in place with numbered locking seals. However, a new practice has been implemented which allows utility workers to cut energized service wires (600 volts or less) at the service head (near the meter mounting).

 

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