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Answered 2012-07-03 19:22:15

Not covered calls would be light fixtures, door bell systems, pr-existing conditions, any appliances, including air conditioner, upgrades to existing wiring or panels, any low volt systems, security wiring. ADT-On-Call as you referred to them is incorrect. Adt called it Electrical On Call after they acquired it from SCE. They shut that division down in November of 2010. At the time of acqusition, it was the most profitable division of TYCO

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