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    :thumbsup: That's what I like to do to, about 6'...

    :thumbsup: That's what I like to do to, about 6' 8" off the floor towards the right hand side of the cabinet.
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    I have not but I can't see where there would be a...

    I have not but I can't see where there would be a problem.
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    250.86. The same one that allows unbonded elbows.

    250.86. The same one that allows unbonded elbows.
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    I tend to agree with Smart. The engineer needs to...

    I tend to agree with Smart. The engineer needs to be talked out of his desire to over engineer this thing. Switching between conduit types is silly.

    I will disagree on the need for any extra...
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    As I look carefully at the illustration that is...

    As I look carefully at the illustration that is what is being shown.

    It is not showing the cable tray bonded directly to the building steel. I think the illustration just continues on and shows...
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    376.100 would get you there along with Art. 250.4.

    376.100 would get you there along with Art. 250.4.
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    I hate that rule more than I hate any of the...

    I hate that rule more than I hate any of the other rules I hate combined.

    I'll add insane rules for derating wires on rooftops. I heard that may be going away in '17. If it is true that will be a...
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    That is the way I did my house.

    That is the way I did my house.
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    Or a lousy connection on a lousy piece of mass...

    Or a lousy connection on a lousy piece of mass produced office furniture.

    I'm with Don on this one.
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    That's where I'm at. Changing the name won't...

    That's where I'm at. Changing the name won't change any misconceptions from anybody that doesn't get it.

    At least with the term EGC we have common term that those who get it understand and one...
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    I'm had an argument with an inspector about...

    I'm had an argument with an inspector about having to run a wire from the equipotential bonding grid on an in ground hot tub up to the pool panel. I told him he was wrong.

    He said, "It has to." ...
  12. Since you are not trying to do the work yourself...

    Since you are not trying to do the work yourself I guess it is okay to answer.
    That is probably what I would do.

    Sounds like a lot of extra work, but would get the job done.

    Either would work....
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    I would leave things just as they are. Since the...

    I would leave things just as they are. Since the GEC at the generator is connected to the house grounding electrode system there is no issue with ground loops or lightning strikes. That is only a...
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    I can think of no better term than Equipment...

    I can think of no better term than Equipment Grounding Conductor. If I use it you know exactly what I am talking about.
  15. Take the breaker out of the spa panel and use it...

    Take the breaker out of the spa panel and use it in the pool panel.
  16. Yes.

    Yes.
  17. People have similar thoughts about plumbing in...

    People have similar thoughts about plumbing in big buildings. The rumour goes that if all the toilets get flushed at once the DWV system will be overwhelmed and the building will flood. The...
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    This is your only hope.

    This is your only hope.
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    You gotta make a trip out and see the shop where...

    You gotta make a trip out and see the shop where I work. We have a high leg service......even better, there are old ballasts, transformers, rectifiers, old motors, capacitors, and a test bench to...
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    What your mother must think.:ashamed1:

    What your mother must think.:ashamed1:
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    You don't have any line to neutral loads tied to...

    You don't have any line to neutral loads tied to the high leg. It is possible to do it, but it's just not done.....transformer sizing, finding appropriate breakers, good manners are all reasons not...
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    I agree with Jumper. The chance of an arc...

    I agree with Jumper. The chance of an arc incident are slim unless somebody has the doors open on the panel and is doing something.
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    Depending on the voltage you may need more than...

    Depending on the voltage you may need more than three feet, but you can build it out of anything you want.
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    How old are you? Is this your first time living...

    How old are you? Is this your first time living through an energy crisis?

    I already lived through the one in the '70's. All the oil was gonna be gone before I got out of high school.
  25. Your right Mybeard. The unavoidable objectional. ...

    Your right Mybeard. The unavoidable objectional. It's the same thing as all the water pipes in the neighbourhood bonded.
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