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CR-67 Low Voltage Communications Systems (Residential/Commercial) (2016-02-11)

Installation and repair of low voltage alarm, intercom, telephone, call, clock and television systems, including towers and antennas.

Installation, service, repair, and maintenance of systems and devices of low voltage including: public address; intercommunication systems; telephone switchboards; call systems; master and program clocks (low voltage wiring and needed equipment only); electrical teaching devices; low voltage signaling; master television antennas; closed circuit television; and alarm systems. Installation, service, repair, and maintenance of both high and low level electronic or electrical control devices that are associated with systems of low voltage. Erection of towers on buildings for television antennas.

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