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    Mike, I am confused. Are the feeders going to be...

    Mike, I am confused. Are the feeders going to be serving patient care areas?

    If so, the redundant grounding is required back to the panel as mentioned by kwired.
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    This is bordering on DIY by proxy. Get an...

    This is bordering on DIY by proxy. Get an electrician onsite to fix the problem.
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    I am closing this thread in accordance with the...

    I am closing this thread in accordance with the forum rules:
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    http://www.flamewarriorsguide.com/Assets/necromanc...

    http://www.flamewarriorsguide.com/Assets/necromancer.jpg
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    by George Stolz
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    That is inconceivable. Stray voltage doesn't work...

    That is inconceivable. Stray voltage doesn't work that way.
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    Pancakes are just good. There does not have to be...

    Pancakes are just good. There does not have to be an argument to do pancakes.
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    300.4(E) & (F) would not seem to apply in this...

    300.4(E) & (F) would not seem to apply in this instance - but I was thinking along the same lines before I read them again.
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    http://www.mikeholt.com/instructor2/img/product/sa...

    http://www.mikeholt.com/instructor2/img/product/sample/1114622005.jpg

    Invite the inspector out for pancakes. Print this out and lay it on his placemat. Pass the syrup.
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    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the...

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



    We run into headaches suggesting other sites to go to. The reason for the policy is best summed up as, "It's not the questions you...
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    ...and (6) is not driving the truck when you're...

    ...and (6) is not driving the truck when you're having to GFCI protect a disposal, a dishwasher, or a trash compactor. 210.8(A)(7) is, because you can't hardly install a disposal or a dishwasher...
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    "...so after looking it over I did both to be on...

    "...so after looking it over I did both to be on the safe side."

    :lol:
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    Immune to the visual growing up, the one related...

    Immune to the visual growing up, the one related "life-changing visual" from my childhood was when my dad could not figure out why he could not find back feet to pull a breeched calf. He called the...
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    Given the ambiguity of "above and beyond", I...

    Given the ambiguity of "above and beyond", I instantly came up with a visual of checking a cow.

    City boys will have to google it. :D
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    You misplace children during a move, not code...

    You misplace children during a move, not code books. :happysad:

    :lol:
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    I've read, and re-read, and I am still trying to...

    I've read, and re-read, and I am still trying to understand the original post.



    Where have you looked?!? Where on earth did you move...?
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    by George Stolz
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    My problem is that I want to use black, red, blue...

    My problem is that I want to use black, red, blue and white for everything, and have some method that conveniently identifies the 1% of the job that is going to be connected to the single phase...
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    by George Stolz
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    Colors

    Suppose you had a 3-phase 208Y/120 volt system and a 1-phase 120/240 system on the same premises. How would you identify the conductors?
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    That looks pretty typical for every fixture I've...

    That looks pretty typical for every fixture I've ever installed...? :?
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    I've installed them. They are listed for the use....

    I've installed them. They are listed for the use. Zip ties, messenger wire, use mouthwash, move on.

    Edit to add:...
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    You obviously haven't met my children. :)

    You obviously haven't met my children. :)
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    Eat a little on the first couple and you're...

    Eat a little on the first couple and you're likely coincidentally only going to do a couple. There is no added joy with this that justifies giving the GC money for the privilege of doing it. Four...
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    No, GECs are to terminate at the service...

    No, GECs are to terminate at the service disconnect neutral, or possibly to the CT neutral. 250.24(A)(1).



    No, you put a jumper between the can and the neutral. 250.92(B)(1).


    Do you mean...
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    Thanks Smart. I doubt a future reminder will be...

    Thanks Smart. I doubt a future reminder will be necessary, as I exposed my ignorance in grand fashion and the sting to my pride should leave a lasting impression, which is a good thing.

    The way it...
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    Sanity Check

    On a panel schedule, how is a load to be represented? For example, let's say I have a single phase 1000W 208V load on circuits 1 & 3. Should the load calculation show

    500W on 1 and 500W on 3, or...
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    That is exactly how I extended the GEC to the...

    That is exactly how I extended the GEC to the Ufer on the job I am presently working on. Way cheaper and easier than an exothermic weld.
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