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    Article 680.21 gives the info on motors. No...

    Article 680.21 gives the info on motors. No twist lock is called for. The cord for the motor cannot be longer than 3' and must terminate in a grounding type attachment plug
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    The equipotential bonding is require for pools...

    The equipotential bonding is require for pools with a depth of more than 42". Once the pool is deeper than 42" it is wired the same as an inground pool. That is in definitions of art 680.
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    To whom are you directing this post? What do you...

    To whom are you directing this post? What do you not understand?
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    That would be compliant. The lines could be...

    That would be compliant. The lines could be directly over the pool if they are 22.5 feel over the pool. Of course one could have a local ordinance that changes things
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    What is written by Rob and mike holt are the...

    What is written by Rob and mike holt are the same.

    Article 310.15(B)(5)(c) mentions the major portion of the load. Thus any amount over 50% is considered a major portion of the load, IMO
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    Yes Table 300.5 Column 4

    Yes Table 300.5 Column 4
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    It is not an afci/gfci breaker. It is a...

    It is not an afci/gfci breaker. It is a combination afci breaker- as stated earlier that is the only kind of afci's available- they work on both series and parallel faults.
  8. I see that these tubs are custom made so that may...

    I see that these tubs are custom made so that may be the issue
  9. Listed parts does not mean the unit is a listed...

    Listed parts does not mean the unit is a listed product. That would be equivalent to me taking a listed socket and a listed cord and making a light fixture. No good unless the unit is listed
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    IMO, if the problem is all over it may very well...

    IMO, if the problem is all over it may very well be a power company issue or it could be in the panels. My experience is that 95% of the time it is a power company issue
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    If the neutral is loose you will see a...

    If the neutral is loose you will see a fluctuation in voltage. One leg, as I mentioned earlier may be high and the other low. I have seen 160V on one leg and 80V on the other. Whatever the case it...
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    It would be helpful if you state what part of...

    It would be helpful if you state what part of 210.12 you are trying to comply with. I agree that an afci breaker is all you need.
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    Sounds like a bad neutral that is intermittent. ...

    Sounds like a bad neutral that is intermittent. When a neutral goes bad it can put a large increase in voltage on one leg and a decrease on the other. The symptoms seem to fit this scenario.
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    Actually I think it is Dude, Texas- still never...

    Actually I think it is Dude, Texas- still never heard of it
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    I am certain stickboy knows that 12/2 is for...

    I am certain stickboy knows that 12/2 is for small appliance branch circuit. The 14/2 must be for switches or receptacles on the back side of the counter that faces a living room or something
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    Where is Texas Dude? Never heard of the...

    Where is Texas Dude? Never heard of the place...:D
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    Don't forget 230.2 (E) Sorry I see that was...

    Don't forget 230.2 (E)

    Sorry I see that was mentioned.
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    Looks like I misunderstood the install.... Seems...

    Looks like I misunderstood the install.... Seems compliant to me as you have met the exception
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    Yes but you didn't mention another service. I...

    Yes but you didn't mention another service. I thought you had a 2000 amp service that you were feeding the 6- 400 amp panels. A new service would entail a new underground from the power company- ...
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    That's the difference in cir mil between the...

    That's the difference in cir mil between the required #3 and the upsized conductor.

    Nice job Lucky
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    I an not sure but that black iron should be the...

    I an not sure but that black iron should be the same as a galvanized pipe. A threadless connector or coupling may work or you will need to thread the ends.
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    Yes you feed it as you would any other sub panel...

    Yes you feed it as you would any other sub panel except that you need to drive ground rods at the building and connect the grounding electrode conductor to the ground bar. The neutral would be...
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    How can it be compliant if the service...

    How can it be compliant if the service disconnects are not group. I see this as one service
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    I don't see how that enters into play on a listed...

    I don't see how that enters into play on a listed item. Is the pulling elbow labeled with what size conductors are allowed?
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    This goes back to the recent thread we had on...

    This goes back to the recent thread we had on islands with 2 different heights. http://forums.mikeholt.com/showthread.php?t=168781&highlight=island
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