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    Your pic is blurry. From what I can make of it...

    Your pic is blurry. From what I can make of it you are saying there was a bond in the first disconnect of the SDS. That is acceptable under the code and is as safe electrically as a bond in the...
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    Nope. Yes.

    Nope.

    Yes.
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    The current on the neutral is always less than...

    The current on the neutral is always less than the current on the two ungrounded conductors since the neutral only carries the imbalance.
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    If you consider the service life of solar panels...

    If you consider the service life of solar panels and disposal of them and the resources used to make new ones why is it a given that the nuclear option is the more dangerous one?
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    And get a comfortable chair and few months worth...

    And get a comfortable chair and few months worth of snacks.
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    I can't see this happening at water pressure...

    I can't see this happening at water pressure levels in a house. Google "aggressive water" if you want to learn about a more likely explanation.
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    A ninety degree bend on the end of the tool, not...

    A ninety degree bend on the end of the tool, not ninety degrees of temperature on it.
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    Makes sense. I agree. I am disagreeing here....

    Makes sense. I agree.
    I am disagreeing here. Full disclosure, I rarely use a torque wrench or screwdriver, but based on the few times I have used them I could always get at least a half turn to full...
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    Welcome to the forum. I think you are mixing...

    Welcome to the forum.

    I think you are mixing up conductor sizing with overcurrent protection.
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    I agree with the others, sounds like an extra...

    I agree with the others, sounds like an extra sensitve GFCI.

    If you stick around you'll get good at sorting the good info from the bravo sierra pretty quick, and there is a lot more good info to...
  11. :thumbsup::thumbsup: And if there were an...

    :thumbsup::thumbsup:
    And if there were an emoticon for applause I would put that in this response as well.
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    I agree. It's not the bonding that is causing the...

    I agree. It's not the bonding that is causing the problem.
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    That would only be true if you were standing...

    That would only be true if you were standing right on top of the grounding electrode.
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    That is something that shouldn't even be in the...

    That is something that shouldn't even be in the code. Except for some very specific equipment everything out there can tolerate 10% voltage drop with no performance problems or safety concerns.

    I...
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    It's not a limit it's just a number to use for...

    It's not a limit it's just a number to use for load calcs.
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    Because there is no reason for one, it's totally...

    Because there is no reason for one, it's totally a design issue.

    The state of New Mexico has a local amendment restricting the number of recpts on a circuit and it is stupid. You end up with a...
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    Tape up the ends and leave it in the panel.

    Tape up the ends and leave it in the panel.
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    What happens to the gfi when you plug a load into...

    What happens to the gfi when you plug a load into it?
    What happens when you plug the tester into a different gfi?
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    So you chose the LBs instead, right? Good call.

    So you chose the LBs instead, right? Good call.
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    Nope. You may have read it but it's not correct...

    Nope. You may have read it but it's not correct information.
  22. And there are problems with that. It's the reason...

    And there are problems with that. It's the reason we have to make equal-potential bonding grids around swimming pools and in dairy farms.
    Lets get our terms straight. There is a GROUNDED conductor,...
  23. Welcome to the forum. Art. 400, 400.7 and...

    Welcome to the forum.

    Art. 400, 400.7 and 400.8 in particular would be a good place to start.
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    Gotta be something else going on. I don't think a...

    Gotta be something else going on. I don't think a normally operating vacuum would be big enough load to melt the cord.
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    Just the conductors.

    Just the conductors.
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