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    If I understand you correctly there is no...

    If I understand you correctly there is no exception. The ser must carry the entire load of the dwelling
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    The parallel phase must be the same length. For...

    The parallel phase must be the same length. For instance phase "A" conductors must be the same length but they do not have to be the same length as phase "B" or "C". etc
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    You know better than we do about what the market...

    You know better than we do about what the market is there so it is hard for us to say. I agree with you that you should try keeping your job and test the waters on your days off and see how it goes.
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    I moved this to its own thread

    I moved this to its own thread
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    It is office 365

    It is office 365
  6. I agree but I would probably install 2...

    I agree but I would probably install 2 receptacles- one toward each end
  7. IMO the twist lock is there so that there is less...

    IMO the twist lock is there so that there is less chance of the cord pulling out insuring that the ground stays connected. You wouldn't want the pump to be running and the equipment grounding...
  8. IMO there is no requirement for an outlet on the...

    IMO there is no requirement for an outlet on the stair landing
  9. I don't think a ground bar is the same as a...

    I don't think a ground bar is the same as a busbar.
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    I would contest that question and perhaps get...

    I would contest that question and perhaps get credit for it. The answer is all of the above.
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    14/2/2 is basically 2- runs of 14/2 in one cable....

    14/2/2 is basically 2- runs of 14/2 in one cable. So yes they could be used as 2- 240V circuits or 2- 120v circuits or even 1- 120V and 1-240V circuits. Of course you would have to tape the...
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    After contact with the op I am opening this...

    After contact with the op I am opening this thread.
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    I see you are an electronic engineer and thus our...

    I see you are an electronic engineer and thus our rules prohibit us from helping with how to's on this.

    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the Forum rules. This Forum is intended to...
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    Should not be a problem on a walk in. I have not...

    Should not be a problem on a walk in. I have not used them in a closet but there should be no reason for it not to work. I would say there may be issues with a shallow closet but not a walk in.
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    I have never seen an inspector read the...

    I have never seen an inspector read the instructions- perhaps if it were an unusual unit they might but I have never had one ask.

    I don't want to give the impression that I don't try and follow...
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    No but I would not use the instruction manual.......

    No but I would not use the instruction manual.... I have found too many of them to be written to cover their butts or because they don't know the rules of the NEC. I go by the unit itself.
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    Sorry we are not allowed to help even the...

    Sorry we are not allowed to help even the moderators who are engineers with diy questions. Hope you understand

    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the Forum rules. This Forum is intended...
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    That would be an awfully small attic but I would...

    That would be an awfully small attic but I would use an inline fan like a fantech. They are the workhorse of a machine
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    IMO, it would depend on the arrangement. If the...

    IMO, it would depend on the arrangement. If the area on the back side is a dinning room or breakfast area then the outlets on the counter may work as long as they are not 12' apart. However if the...
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    The instruction are not always part of the...

    The instruction are not always part of the listing. If the unit say minimum circuit then that is what I would use. Certainly if the unit states 40 amp overcurrent protective device then a #8 would...
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    IMO, if the unit has a fuse and you have met the...

    IMO, if the unit has a fuse and you have met the requirements in 240.21(B)(1) then you should be compliant. I believe the fuse in the unit would qualify for (1)(b) in that section.
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    Hello Mohammed and welcome to the forum. Are you...

    Hello Mohammed and welcome to the forum. Are you saying that the voltage at breaker "A" is fine under load but at Breaker "B" you have a loss? Not sure how the loss could show up at breaker "B" and...
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    That is correct-- 6' max from an opening

    That is correct-- 6' max from an opening
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    Are you certain that the parallel runs are...

    Are you certain that the parallel runs are exactly, or close to exactly as possible.
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    Look at art. 210.19(A)(3)-- there are exceptions...

    Look at art. 210.19(A)(3)-- there are exceptions but they wont affect you. IMO unless the unit itself states the minimum circuit then you can use 10 awg.
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