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    "All locations not specified below" is also 18"...

    "All locations not specified below" is also 18" not 24".
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    Here, all the POCOs have the say on service...

    Here, all the POCOs have the say on service trenches. All but one requires 36", the other only requires 30". Most every time they send an engineer or line manager to check the depth before they will...
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    I've wired a couple and neither required GFCI per...

    I've wired a couple and neither required GFCI per the instructions. I already know the NEC doesn't require it.
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    Yes on the GFCI Disconnect to be within sight...

    Yes on the GFCI

    Disconnect to be within sight (50') but no closer than 5' from inside walls of the tub
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    If you read the entire rule, the "receptacle{S}"...

    If you read the entire rule, the "receptacle{S}" is permitting you to wire another bath on the same bath circuit as long as it's only receptacles in both and not lights, fans, etc.
  6. I understand how he came up with the disconnect...

    I understand how he came up with the disconnect being additional.
    But there is still no rule saying you can't have additional rods.
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    Never seen a hot tub nameplate or specs say "max...

    Never seen a hot tub nameplate or specs say "max breaker or MCA. Most of the time it gives an amp listing depending on what equipment is included, or most importantly what is run at the same time....
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    I install several spas a year and my experience...

    I install several spas a year and my experience has been if the specs say 40A you need a 50A breaker. If it says 48A you need a 60A. Some specs will tell you this while others leave it up to you to...
  9. Unless you're in a municipality that requires...

    Unless you're in a municipality that requires more than the current (2008) code the state is on the inspector is wrong. You do have to have the door opener on a GFCI but not the lights. Also you can...
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    Looks just like the one I wear at night. I just...

    Looks just like the one I wear at night.
    I just thought I was sleeping wrong, causing my arm/hand to go to sleep. Then I noticed it when driving, well in the arm that I steer with.
    I mentioned it...
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    You either take the CE test with Law/Tx or LLE...

    You either take the CE test with Law/Tx or LLE without. No other options that I'm aware of.
  12. But most of the ones I have hooked up don't come...

    You could be correct but it has never been how I looked at it.[/QUOTE]

    But most of the ones I have hooked up don't come with a disconnect. I have to buy that separately. That's not part of the...
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    I have used both heat shrink and clear plastic...

    I have used both heat shrink and clear plastic tubing.
    Both of which are non metallic and flexible, and the word "tubing" is in one of them!:)
  14. I read it as if you are going straight to the...

    I read it as if you are going straight to the equipment (in red below) from the inside then copper is required. But if only going to a disconnect then Al could be used to the disconnect but copper...
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    I don't work in it but specifically asked if I...

    I don't work in it but specifically asked if I could/should. He told me I could but might be difficult if handling small things and getting it hung up on things.

    I saw right off that just using...
  16. I would suggest you contact a local electrician....

    I would suggest you contact a local electrician. With that said:

    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the Forum Rules.

    If you feel this action to be in error, feel free to contact me...
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    I was diagnosed with Carpal Tunnel a few months...

    I was diagnosed with Carpal Tunnel a few months back. The Dr. wrote me a script for a wrist strap. I don't work in it but use it when sleeping or when not using my wrist much.
    You could use it to...
  18. The listed amps are dependent on whether you're...

    The listed amps are dependent on whether you're running one pump & one heater, two pumps and one heater, etc. They are the max for each and already include the 125%.

    #6 is the largest I have ever...
  19. I know they make a light with this feature. It's...

    I know they make a light with this feature. It's called "dual bright". It also is a dusk-to-dawn. It does just as you mentioned, it comes on at half brightness at dusk and full bright when motion is...
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    Bump

    Bump
  21. I would contact a local electrician for help....

    I would contact a local electrician for help. Sorry but we aren't allowed to help you.

    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the Forum rules. This Forum is intended to assist professional...
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    I caught that!:D

    I caught that!:D
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    I think it should but I can hear some inspector...

    I think it should but I can hear some inspector saying:
    "What happens if the battery is dead? Now you have no switch at the top of the stairs!"

    Another thing similar is occ. sensors are allowed...
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    It would flow through (or try to) whatever it...

    It would flow through (or try to) whatever it faulted to. You could leave the EGC disconnected or cut it off and if there was an imbalance in current the GFCI would trip. Same reason you can replace...
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    The EGC has nothing to do with the GFCI tripping.

    The EGC has nothing to do with the GFCI tripping.
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