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metallic objects. In addition to these requirements, examine the end connections at the end of the straps or
jumpers for looseness, corrosion, and mechanical damage as described above. Any bond jumper not conforming
to these requirements should be documented in Section D, Part II, of the Survey Form. Note the specific
location and indicate the type of corrective action needed.
Figure 2-6. Typical Bonding Deficiencies


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