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    :thumbsup: plus a potential liability issue

    :thumbsup:

    plus a potential liability issue
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    110.14 or 110.3(b). If the mfg says it's fine you...

    110.14 or 110.3(b). If the mfg says it's fine you can.
  3. 800.100 (A)(4) for one and two family dwellings...

    800.100 (A)(4) for one and two family dwellings where the bonding conductor is greater than 20 ft
    calls for an additional rod at the equipment I believe.
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    "commercial electricians (contractors)" and...

    "commercial electricians (contractors)" and detached residential garages are not always compatible.:D
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    I've approved it, but in light of Dennis'...

    I've approved it, but in light of Dennis' revelation I think it is not Code compliant based on not "following the building surface'.
    I'll be glad to see what others say.
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    230.91 requires the service overcurrent protect...

    230.91 requires the service overcurrent protect to be integral with or adjacent to the disconnect so, IMO< if you have a switch only it can be called a service disconnect but can not serve as the...
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    Locally some of the jurisdictions allow a...

    Locally some of the jurisdictions allow a "master" to act as the "contractor" (license holder) for a facility (industry/commercial) that has it's own electricians on their payroll. That "master"...
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    Prior to the 2008 code if there were no other...

    Prior to the 2008 code if there were no other metallic paths to the detached garage (piping, CATV, etc.() the three wire would be allowed with a bonded neutral/grounding bar and a grounding electrode...
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    With the house panel now falling under Art 225...

    With the house panel now falling under Art 225 Part II the panel would need to be service rated thus have a main.


    see 250.32
    (establish a GES at the meter disco connected to the neutral &...
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    The Code, for the most part, ignores power meters...

    The Code, for the most part, ignores power meters so if that is all that is on the pole (no disconnect/overcurrent means) you can treat the house as if the meter was on the house and provide...
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    Never looked at it that way..... I've overlooked...

    Never looked at it that way..... I've overlooked that a time or three.....
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    My first step would be to check with the...

    My first step would be to check with the inspector in your jurisdiction. Often it is not allowed to use your permanent panel as a temporary.
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    :thumbsup:

    :thumbsup:
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    It is Code compliant as long as you follow the...

    It is Code compliant as long as you follow the appropriate 240.21 tap rule as to size & length of conductor, etc.
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    NEC ref is 300.9

    NEC ref is 300.9
  16. Thread: Weatherheads

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    Weatherhead listing info can be found in the UL...

    Weatherhead listing info can be found in the UL "White Book" under TYZX
    Listing info is not in the NEC

    Here is a link discussing the download...
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    For clarity, if I may substitute MCA for your...

    For clarity, if I may substitute MCA for your FLA, I am in agreement with your post.
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    answers that !

    answers that !
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    Very Interesting Problem. Been searching Myers...

    Very Interesting Problem.
    Been searching Myers Hubs & TMC connectors looking for larger lugs but have found nothing and like others, I'm trying to visualize the requirement for the Myers hubs..
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    I would agree that the#6s were too small. Note...

    I would agree that the#6s were too small.
    Note 250.102(C)(2)allows an alternative for individual jumpers to each bushing.
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    12060 Looks like a lion BUT it's a dog, Looks...

    12060
    Looks like a lion BUT it's a dog,
    Looks like a service but it's not :D

    At first thought it would seem the Code would add ther 250.92 requirements to SDSs but as Smart$ notes with an SDS...
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    I may be overlooking something but I don't see...

    I may be overlooking something but I don't see where 250.92 would apply.
    250.96 and 250.97 would apply.
  23. different world ! I check 99% of the TT-30...

    different world ! I check 99% of the TT-30 receptacles.
  24. Brings to mind a point I have never understood....

    Brings to mind a point I have never understood. Many of the 30 amp 125v Trailer receptacles I see have no markings for the neutral and both the neutral & phase screws are silver causing even some of...
  25. 250.50 requires all electrodes present be used,...

    250.50 requires all electrodes present be used, one -ten . etc,.
    250.53(D)(2) requires a supplemental (second) grounding electrode
    250.53(A) requires a supplemental electrode to a rod or pipe...
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