Quantcast Figure 2-1. A split-ring connector installed in one member

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Figure 2-1. A split-ring connector installed in one member. The facing
member has been drilled to receive the connector. Where the joint between
facing members is not tight, probe through the connection with a thin metal
to determine if the connector was installed or not.
may exhibit notable changes in color. Of course, prior to making judgments based
on color it is necessary to be familiar with the normal, uninfected wood.
Sound, healthy softwood has a pleasant, fresh, resinous smell, while decayed
wood usually has a "mushroomy" and stale odor. When testing the soundness
of a member by boring into it, it is helpful to smell the borings. The presence
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