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    My search skills suck today.:( Best I could...

    My search skills suck today.:(

    Best I could find. Not sure how much is applicable. I am blaming the weather.:)

    https://www.heuresistech.com/customer-service/warranty-statement
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    You need a few sentences explaining what is going...

    You need a few sentences explaining what is going on. Else it is a "pic dump" and thread could be closed.
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    It does for me.:thumbsup:

    It does for me.:thumbsup:
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    Could be a back fed generator breaker also. IDK.

    Could be a back fed generator breaker also. IDK.
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    Check your PM box. Photos loaded and sent.

    Check your PM box. Photos loaded and sent.
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    If the breaker is listed for the panel, why would...

    If the breaker is listed for the panel, why would the hold down kit not be listed assuming the panel accepts the kit.
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    It will be clear till the inspector leaves.:angel:

    It will be clear till the inspector leaves.:angel:
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    Sorta, kinda, maybe. Closets get jam packed...

    Sorta, kinda, maybe.

    Closets get jam packed full- clothes, boxes, what not- while laundry areas tend to be more open.

    Now someone will remark about W/Ds in closets, like stacking ones.:D
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    Go to the top left and click on " Forum Actions"...

    Go to the top left and click on " Forum Actions"

    Drop to "General Settings" and click.

    On the left you will see a list of options.

    Click on "Attachments" Delete as desired,
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    :happyno: Not by itself you ain't. 300.3(B)(B)...

    :happyno: Not by itself you ain't.

    300.3(B)(B) Conductors of the Same Circuit.
    All conductors of the same circuit and, where used, the grounded conductor
    and all equipment grounding...
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    That picture is specific to 225.7(B) A common...

    That picture is specific to 225.7(B) A common neutral for outdoor lighting. It would not be legal for general building premise wiring.
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    I just reread your first post. Are you just...

    I just reread your first post.

    Are you just trying to consolidate single branch circuits from a common panel into multiwire branch circuits with a shared neutral?

    IE: 3 single 20A circuits...
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    :happyno: 200.4(A) Installation. Neutral...

    :happyno:

    200.4(A) Installation.
    Neutral conductors shall not be used for
    more than one branch circuit, for more than one multiwire
    branch circuit, or for more than one set of ...
  14. Thread: neutral sizing

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    Good reading on the subject. ...

    Good reading on the subject.

    https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/textbook/alternating-current/chpt-10/single-phase-power-systems/

    As stated above, 0A or close.
  15. Is the circuit feeding this 'sub-panel' a branch...

    Is the circuit feeding this 'sub-panel' a branch circuit or a feeder? 250.32(A) and exception.

    One branch circuit-no.

    Feeder-yes.

    You would prolly need 2 rods.
  16. Interesting. I am only finding gas cook tops with...

    Interesting. I am only finding gas cook tops with electric ovens, more conventional IME.
  17. Without make and model to see what the...

    Without make and model to see what the instructions say, 110.3(B), I would look at 422.31(B).

    Is the the unit supplied by a single circuit? Is this really one unit?

    Range tops are usually 240V...
  18. For the OP I will use the UL scope definition and...

    For the OP I will use the UL scope definition and say it is a vending machine.

    1 Scope

    1.1 These requirements cover self-contained, payment-accepting, vending machines that vend...
  19. Definition yes. Is there not a new list with it...

    Definition yes. Is there not a new list with it on it though?

    IIRC 422.6(A).
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    AFCI not required in that location. 210.12.

    AFCI not required in that location. 210.12.
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    I have no clue what you are trying to ask.:?

    I have no clue what you are trying to ask.:?
  22. Start/Stop. Disconnecting means.

    Start/Stop. Disconnecting means.
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    The device providing GFCI protection must be...

    The device providing GFCI protection must be readily accessible.

    If the receptacle is mounted in the ceiling then a dead front GFCI, a GFCI receptacle or GFCI breaker can be used upstream to...
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  25. I think you are maybe looking more for one of...

    I think you are maybe looking more for one of these:

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    and then you pick the correct OL and insert it.

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