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    225.30 would likely require a MWBC. Welcome to...

    225.30 would likely require a MWBC.

    Welcome to the Forum. :)
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    I agree and this thread is moving beyond the...

    I agree and this thread is moving beyond the question in the OP. Regarding that question I agree with the information that he received from the NJ DCA, install one compliant receptacle and any...
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    Does the really NEC limit where "extra"...

    Does the really NEC limit where "extra" receptacles can be installed?
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    The GEC should connect to the neutral at the same...

    The GEC should connect to the neutral at the same point as the system bonding jumper.
  5. Thread: maximum amps

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    I see your point, the OP didn't mention if this...

    I see your point, the OP didn't mention if this were cord and plug and permanently installed or hard wired like a mini split system.
  6. Thread: PASSED

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    Congratulations! :thumbsup:

    Congratulations! :thumbsup:
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    Based on what code section would an in-wall AC be...

    Based on what code section would an in-wall AC be a continuous load?

    I agree with David 20 and 20.
  8. Thread: Ufers

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    It's required and there are no exceptions in the...

    It's required and there are no exceptions in the NEC. As Digger said get out the jack hammer.
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    Most would agree that 3-ways are a better design...

    Most would agree that 3-ways are a better design option they're just not required by the NEC.
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    If you're referring to hydronic hot water...

    If you're referring to hydronic hot water baseboard style heating the receptacles can go above the baseboard.
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    Use the "Reply with Quote" tab on the bottom...

    Use the "Reply with Quote" tab on the bottom right to include a previous post in your reply.
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    The use of 3-ways would be a design issue not a...

    The use of 3-ways would be a design issue not a code requirement as long as you have a switch on each level with 6 or more stair risers in between.
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    Good Job!:thumbsup:

    Good Job!:thumbsup:
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    Where is the requirement for 3-ways in that...

    Where is the requirement for 3-ways in that section?
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    Bushing are required on raceways not cables. ...

    Bushing are required on raceways not cables. Here's when they're required for raceways:

    http://ecmweb.com/nec/code_qa/300-04F-UN300-13-CO8.jpg
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    Code article?

    Code article?
  17. Thread: Ufers

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    If the rebar is 20' or longer you need a CEE but...

    If the rebar is 20' or longer you need a CEE but how you make one is up to you. Either use the rebar or lay in 20' of #4 copper or like Dennis does you could use both.


    In my aforementioned...
  18. Thread: Ufers

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    It's enforced around here if the rebar qualifies...

    It's enforced around here if the rebar qualifies as an electrode. It's almost always part of the footing inspection to make sure that it's installed. I once did a house where the footing inspector...
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    Sounds like they're interpreting this: IMO...

    Sounds like they're interpreting this:



    IMO unless they want to define exactly what grouped together means this should be removed from the NEC.
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    The devil is in the details, as Dave stated the...

    The devil is in the details, as Dave stated the requirement for #4 and larger is for raceways not cables. The person who wrote that proposal felt that they should be required for SE cable too but...
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    I would guess that it would be adopted by local...

    I would guess that it would be adopted by local jurisdictions. Where I work we've never adopted any version of 70E.
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    Also don't forget a disconnecting means for the...

    Also don't forget a disconnecting means for the two circuits.
  23. Thread: 277v tl&p

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    Hand power tools typically operate at 120 VAC,...

    Hand power tools typically operate at 120 VAC, any other voltage systems usually won't work.
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    What about:

    What about:
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    A bushing is not required on an SE cable...

    A bushing is not required on an SE cable connector.
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