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    215.11 Circuits Derived from Autotransformers....

    215.11 Circuits Derived from Autotransformers. Feeders shall not be derived from autotransformers unless the system supplied has a grounded conductor that is electrically connected to a grounded...
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    I'm only familiar with hooking up a buck boost to...

    I'm only familiar with hooking up a buck boost to an individual piece of equipment, but they way I read 215.11 it's just saying you have to be connected to a grounded system.
  3. I am closing this thread, in accordance with the...

    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the Forum rules. This Forum is intended to assist professional electricians, inspectors, engineers, and other members of the electrical industry in the...
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    Removing a knock out alters the panel, screwing...

    Removing a knock out alters the panel, screwing in a ground bar alters the panel, adding a breaker alters the panel......
  5. 21378 Well I think that we made a lot of...

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    Well I think that we made a lot of progress today. Come back next week and we'll talk about your relationship with your father.
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    Actually I meant six circuits and up to nine...

    Actually I meant six circuits and up to nine wires in a 1/2". Either way it came out wrong but still points up the fact that no shared neutrals is stupid and inefficient.
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    Here is a fine example of how this move to no...

    Here is a fine example of how this move to no shared neutrals makes things more costly than they should be.

    Back in the day I could run a 1/2" emt, pull nine HRs and branch out from there. Now I...
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    I already answered that.....

    I already answered that.....
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    I would run pipe and pull HRs, but you said it...

    I would run pipe and pull HRs, but you said it was all MC.
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    Um, why not?

    Um, why not?
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    It can't do that. It needs to come up outside the...

    It can't do that. It needs to come up outside the wall or be wrapped in concrete. California is the only place in the country where service conductors are allowed to be installed inside a wall.
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    I was responding to retired. I wouldn't be...

    I was responding to retired.


    I wouldn't be so quick to replace the controller you have now. They are all about the same.
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    Something wrong with the control boards in two...

    Something wrong with the control boards in two different panels, in two different buildings, and one of the boards is a new replacement?
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    yep Not quite the same ring to it as "All My...

    yep


    Not quite the same ring to it as "All My Ex's Live in Texas"
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    I didn't look at your diagram but, Yes, I...

    I didn't look at your diagram but,


    Yes, I would use 12/2/2 or 12/4 everywhere I could.

    There is no reason to run all the home runs all to one box. That would be stupid and a pain to make up...
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    This would be easy to test. Lift up the floats in...

    This would be easy to test. Lift up the floats in order and see what happens.
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    The position of the floats hasn't changed but the...

    The position of the floats hasn't changed but the state of the logic circuit and the state of the relays has.
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    My best guess is it's the floats. There is a...

    My best guess is it's the floats. There is a wrong float or a miss wired float.

    It seems weird to have a three wire float system unless there is a wet well.
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    There's not. You use the tables in 430 to get...

    There's not.

    You use the tables in 430 to get your conductor ampacity and to size your ground fault/short circuit. You use 310.15 for your wire sizes 99% of the time. You use the nameplate on the...
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    Where is there a conductor ampacity chart in art...

    Where is there a conductor ampacity chart in art 430?
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    So you have two separate pumps in two separate...

    So you have two separate pumps in two separate buildings and two separate control panels, correct? I ask because in your OP you made it sound like the control panels were in the same spot.
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    Nope.

    Nope.
  23. If you mean that the box is below the ceiling in...

    If you mean that the box is below the ceiling in the shower then, while it may be distasteful, it is not a code violation.
  24. What's the big deal about running an extension...

    What's the big deal about running an extension cord during a temporary power outage? It will be in place at lot less longer than the cord you use to power up some Christmas lights.
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    My experience around classified locations is...

    My experience around classified locations is limited to hooking up gas pumps on hay farms but here is my take..

    1. Is rigid steel the best, easiest, or only option? It's your best and easiest...
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