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    I don't want it to say anything that's why I...

    I don't want it to say anything that's why I asked it as a question. :roll:
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    If that's the case then someone needs to school...

    If that's the case then someone needs to school them on the NEC derating rules. :roll:
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    Spray foam would work but I find duct seal to be...

    Spray foam would work but I find duct seal to be less messy and it lasts forever in the truck. :)
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    We use duct seal inside of the panel to seal the...

    We use duct seal inside of the panel to seal the conduit.

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    What about 90.7?

    What about 90.7?
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    Yes and there is no 8' rule in the NEC. The AHJ...

    Yes and there is no 8' rule in the NEC. The AHJ gets to decide what the term nearest means. :)
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    You've said both outside and raintight. Outside...

    You've said both outside and raintight. Outside can be a damp location, you're assuming a wet location?
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    Here's a list of when the neutral is a CCC by...

    Here's a list of when the neutral is a CCC by system type:
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    Yes, as I said never. :D If so the NEC...

    Yes, as I said never. :D

    If so the NEC wouldn't allow us to connect a 12KW range to a 40 amp circuit.
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    Although the wording isn't great for the reason...

    Although the wording isn't great for the reason that Charlie pointed out I don't see how a stove can ever be a continuous load by the Article 100 definition. It will not run at it's maximum ampacity...
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    We work for them all of the time and their no...

    We work for them all of the time and their no ladder policy is absurd. I honestly don't know how my boss makes money on their jobs.
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    As Charlie stated it's not a great question but I...

    As Charlie stated it's not a great question but I agree that the stove would be the best answer.
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    I agree, I hear it all the time treat the...

    I agree, I hear it all the time treat the transformer like a service but not all of the requirements are the same.
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    I agree, if the voltage is over 250 volt to...

    I agree, if the voltage is over 250 volt to ground, like in a typical 480-208/120 volt transformer then the 480 volt circuit would require a bonding bushing if there were concentric or eccentric...
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    Unless divided into two or more spaces only one...

    Unless divided into two or more spaces only one receptacle is required.
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    3 conductors w/ one clamp or kindorf strap. You...

    3 conductors w/ one clamp or kindorf strap. You might use a radiator type hose clamp between the supports to hold the bundle of 3 conductors together.
  17. Fortunately my NJ HHS Inspector's license CEU's...

    Fortunately my NJ HHS Inspector's license CEU's can be used for 15 hours worth of credits. The hours are bad enough but the cost of $1000+ is ridiculous when compared to other licensed professionals...
  18. I'll be getting my last CEU's next Saturday and...

    I'll be getting my last CEU's next Saturday and then start the renewal process. The CEU thing really annoys me because electrical license holders have to take 34 hours worth of class time and...
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    Here's the Article 100 definition, is a duplex...

    Here's the Article 100 definition, is a duplex receptacle one point or two points? Putting two single receptacles in two boxes right next to each other in lieu of a duplex in one box seems silly to...
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    I can see your point regarding a switch but the...

    I can see your point regarding a switch but the NEC is full of what-if scenarios for the next guy who comes along. A 15 amp recpetacle isn't really a problem on the 20 amp circuit because its 15 amp...
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    IMO the wording for the code minimum is quite...

    IMO the wording for the code minimum is quite clear in the code section in post #3, a two car garage needs one duplex anywhere within the garage, a four car garage 2-duplex receptacles, etc.


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    That is explicitly prohibited by the NEC so...

    That is explicitly prohibited by the NEC so you're not making an apt comparison. As Dennis stated a 15 amp switch is permitted on a 20 amp circuit providing you don't exceed 15 amps of load on that...
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    Does it have to be in the middle? The section in...

    Does it have to be in the middle? The section in post #3 doesn't say anything about the location.
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    IMO a duplex meets the requirement.

    IMO a duplex meets the requirement.
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    I agree, the line side can have many metallic...

    I agree, the line side can have many metallic components, utility end boxes, CT cabinets, meter enclosures, crown boxes, metallic raceways, etc. all of which will be connected to the service neutral...
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