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Larry Jeffus
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A splice in a welding cable should never be any closer than _______to the electrode holder.

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The suitable word in the given statement "A splice in a welding cable should never be any closer than____ to the electrode holder".

Explanation

Splice: A splice is a join or connection formed between two rods by intervening the strands at the ends. A splice joint is formed by joining two different members in an end to end connection. A smaller cable can be spliced to the electrode end of a long cable to make it more flexible...

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