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    If I remember correctly the rule for bonding csst...

    If I remember correctly the rule for bonding csst changed in that we can now bond anywhere of the system and it does not have to bonded at the point of entry. I will try and find verification of that
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    The closet is not a habitable room so No it is...

    The closet is not a habitable room so No it is not required
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    I believe it would be compliant to bond it to the...

    I believe it would be compliant to bond it to the grounding electrode conductor that goes to the ground rod assuming it is #6 or larger. Truthfully you should not be going into the service panel. ...
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    The electrical service equipment includes the...

    The electrical service equipment includes the meter and the first service disconnect- usually the first panel. You would not be allowed to go to a sub panel- that is not service equipment.

    Also...
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    Here you go

    Here you go
  6. Sorry my bad. If you look at D(3) it shows for a...

    Sorry my bad. If you look at D(3) it shows for a 3 wire circuit-- that is why they are using 240V. The paragraph below shows 88amps for a 2 wire and 44 amps for a 3 wire circuit so that is not...
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    That's why Bill Murray could never kill them. ...

    That's why Bill Murray could never kill them. :lol:
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    Sounds like the motor is shorting to ground and...

    Sounds like the motor is shorting to ground and you don't have an equipment ground on the plug or the circuit. Get a new fan :)

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

    If...
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    I would rather use conduit but this is not a bad...

    I would rather use conduit but this is not a bad idea when it comes to protection from rocks.
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    I don't think gopher go down 2' do they?

    I don't think gopher go down 2' do they?
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    Probably done by licensed guys--- People talk...

    Probably done by licensed guys--- People talk about home owner but I have seen some incredible stuff done by contractors
  12. Yes but not the calculation of the load. Example...

    Yes but not the calculation of the load. Example 3a doesn't even calculate the number of circuits so you are comparing apples and oranges.
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    However if the panel is mounted horizontally then...

    However if the panel is mounted horizontally then the breakers are mounted vertically. Now there is an issue with the breakers on one side as the "ON" position is down
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    I am surprised they even sell it that way anymore

    I am surprised they even sell it that way anymore
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    USE is generally listed as Rhw-2. At least the...

    USE is generally listed as Rhw-2. At least the newer stuff seems to be that way. All the mobile home cable is also listed that way
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    Check this out

    Check this out
  17. I think there are 2 things going on in Example D1...

    I think there are 2 things going on in Example D1

    The 120V division is to show the minimum number of branch circuits required but read on and notice that it does not enter into the calc.
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    Here is the article

    Here is the article
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    It is not a surprise that water is not a good...

    It is not a surprise that water is not a good conductor and that the breaker did not trip. During hurricane Katrina there were basement panels submerged that were fully energized.

    Run a...
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    That is what I always thought but it does not...

    That is what I always thought but it does not state that clearly. Someone I know brought that up and I said it can't possibly mean that we can install a panel in a 3' space. I just assumed it meant...
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    See if reading this helps. ...

    See if reading this helps. http://www.mikeholt.com/mojonewsarchive/NEC-HTML/HTML/TransformerInstallation~20020516.htm
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    Without starting a new thread I am curious what...

    Without starting a new thread I am curious what others think about 110.26(A)(3) exception 1. I always assumed that this was meant for an existing panel and a upgrade of it but as I read it it seems...
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    I have not but I am curious what brand and what...

    I have not but I am curious what brand and what type of equipment is it where you have this situation
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    What does the panel attached to a 4x8 have to do...

    What does the panel attached to a 4x8 have to do with the work space req.?
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    I agree- no violation assuming the height is...

    I agree- no violation assuming the height is maintained
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