Okay, this is a pretty nice disclaimer:
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But, what about the liability from you Do-it-yourselfer's? What if some goof ball actually sticks voltage in the ground to ward of rodents, and ends up frying somebody?
I can understand helping a plumbing DIY, after all - wost that could happen is somebody might get wet. But do y'all also answer natural gas piping questions? I would hope not.
Go ahead and help somebody unstop a stool. But leave the dangerous stuff to a professional. Man... If I gave out the kind of advice that I have read on this board, and somebody got hurt, I would not be able to sleep anymore.
Electrical wiring is not a hobby.