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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-29-2012, 02:06 PM Thread Starter
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Hi I am located in Houston Texas , we need an electrician who can work on a Vortech machine any one any ideas ? we need some work fast !!
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I have not a clue what you mean when you say 'Vortech machine', but if I was in Houston and needed an electrician for one I would grab the Houston yellow pages and start calling electricians. And, if they say they cannot work on whatever, then ask them if they know anyone who can, before you call the next number.

I tried a quick search of Vortech machine, and got so many answers of different things I quickly gave up. Details, details. And I would think it would have been a lot quicker to phone an electrician there, rather than ask here.

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This may be what he's referring to.

Welcome to the Vortech Routers CNC Routers Page

I have no help at all but the page may lead you somewhere.

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Hello All,

If the above link is correct as to what this person wants or needing to be looked at, then he needs someone that has controls or industrial experience as most general electricians will not be helpful or experienced in this area, unless they don't mind it smoken, also make sure you have his lic number and insurance info, just saying,

if he just needs it hooked up by the specs then he is safe, I would think,
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With whatever it is, Usually a call to the VENDOR of the equipment can point you in the right direction. Most intelligent vendors NEVER want to have to reply, "I don't know". That would be a sure sign of their lack of popularity in the marketplace. Just my $0.02


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