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    Then why wouldn't all exterior walls be...

    Then why wouldn't all exterior walls be considered at least a damp location?
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    Very good, while in the building code an assembly...

    Very good, while in the building code an assembly is 50 in the electrical code it's 100. my guess is if it's a gym it'll be 100 and then you can't use Romex. Also if it is classified by the...
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    That's the way I did it too.

    That's the way I did it too.
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    Still gonna be #8

    Still gonna be #8
  5. Here in CA you would need a C-7 license, Low...

    Here in CA you would need a C-7 license, Low Voltage. That is state contractors license law and has nothing to do with the NEC.
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    If this is a single family residence, it is not...

    If this is a single family residence, it is not required to follow ADA guidelines. If a receptacle is all that he is asking for he is missing far to many other things.
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    Well just showing my age, I was thinking wood...

    Well just showing my age, I was thinking wood frame. :ashamed1:
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    So it's a fiberglass boat, but you're showing...

    So it's a fiberglass boat, but you're showing voltage on the rails? How is that possible, unless there is a screw cutting into something.
  9. Thread: van vs truck

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    Yeah, but once they see the rope and duct tape...

    Yeah, but once they see the rope and duct tape they jump right out.:lol:
  10. Thread: van vs truck

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    I would never do that, the lines too long. ...

    I would never do that, the lines too long.

    It's been a long time, but I liked working out of a truck better, but they didn't have all these fancy walk in vans like they do now and I always had to...
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    I went the other way resi to com, but when I...

    I went the other way resi to com, but when I would do side jobs I would hire some of the com guys to help me out and it seemed the Romex just confused the heck out of them, oh and three way switches.
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    At least. ;)

    At least. ;)
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    So while off topic, I do have a question. If you...

    So while off topic, I do have a question. If you have to move it up a foot how are you going to reconnect the cables, it that's what they are or is it all conduit?

    If it's NMC you're going to...
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    To insure that you maintain the working...

    To insure that you maintain the working clearances, you could install the panel behind the door.
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    Correct

    Correct
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    Low bid painter on a custom if he's willing to...

    Low bid painter on a custom if he's willing to paint around things. :happyyes:
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    I was gonna say that. If you're there and the...

    I was gonna say that. If you're there and the painters are there, you're there too early. I will say that I never trimmed out a 2500 sq ft home, because I never worked on anything that small.
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    In commercial it wouldn't require a GFCI even if...

    In commercial it wouldn't require a GFCI even if it met the definition of a full bathroom.
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    I find that guys tend to get connected to one...

    I find that guys tend to get connected to one wholesale house and then when they get out of their normal area they have a hard time getting material on the fly.
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    Look at 210.25(B), I'll be that's what he's...

    Look at 210.25(B), I'll be that's what he's thinking. I don't think that you have this issue so you should be fine.
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    We would consider a porch a damp location also. ...

    We would consider a porch a damp location also. So you would also need a damp location fan.
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    Well since no opening is allowed to be larger...

    Well since no opening is allowed to be larger that 16 square inches, I would say that a 2x4 is probably not going to work.

    Looks like those covers that Jumper posted will work.
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    I agree. I think that at one time it use to say...

    I agree. I think that at one time it use to say something along the lines of, "rooms and areas shall not be used for any other purpose".
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    Aww, well since I just got my code book two weeks...

    Aww, well since I just got my code book two weeks ago, I haven't really had a chance to go through it. Thanks for the heads up.
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    You can replace with three prongs if you put a...

    You can replace with three prongs if you put a GFCI in.

    And why would AFCI's be required? You are not modifying, replacing or extending the branch circuit wiring.
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