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    Start with the conductor ampacity based on it's...

    Start with the conductor ampacity based on it's size and insulation type. For example #12 THHN is a 90° C conductor so use it's 90° C ampacity of 30 amps and derate from there. Then find the...
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    I always assumed that high pressure washing was...

    I always assumed that high pressure washing was beyond typical washing hose pressure.
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    If it's a wet location wouldn't you need an "in...

    If it's a wet location wouldn't you need an "in use" style cover whether the plug was inserted or not?
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    A single receptacle can be of an ampacity larger...

    A single receptacle can be of an ampacity larger than that of the OCPD on the circuit.
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    Other than needing a 2 pole CB or handle ties, no...

    Other than needing a 2 pole CB or handle ties, no issue.
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    You would have to know the dimensions of the...

    You would have to know the dimensions of the cable:



    http://www.halexco.com/products.cfm?siteSection=consumer&productID=331&product_group=FLX
  7. Thread: Feeder sizing

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    Not sure that any of the discussion of that table...

    Not sure that any of the discussion of that table is relevant. #1/0 AL is already rated at 120 amps, next size up is 125 amps.
  8. Since you've asked you're losing your English. :)...

    Since you've asked you're losing your English. :)
    Subsection (3) falls under (D) which is not for conduit.
  9. There is no mention of conduit in that section so...

    There is no mention of conduit in that section so a conduit would not require the ribbon. That section says this:
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    Can you comply with 410.62(C)(1)?

    Can you comply with 410.62(C)(1)?
  11. In the NEC warning ribbon is required for direct...

    In the NEC warning ribbon is required for direct buried service conductors not conduit. {300.5(D)(3)}
  12. Based on your sketch, IMO either way is compliant.

    Based on your sketch, IMO either way is compliant.
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    "No other outlets".

    "No other outlets".
  14. Thread: DERATING

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    As GD said conduit fill requirements are for...

    As GD said conduit fill requirements are for installing the conductors into the raceway without damaging them and they have nothing to do with ampacity adjustment. Your friend is incorrect.
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    If you are looking to do this by the book then...

    If you are looking to do this by the book then you probably only have two options, one, repair the broken conductor or two, run a new feeder. You didn't say what size conductors you have but unless...
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    What kind of box is in the wall?

    What kind of box is in the wall?
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    In NJ you incorporate with the State as one of...

    In NJ you incorporate with the State as one of several different corporations, partnerships or sole proprietorship. If you're a corp you pay WCI even if you and the other officer in the corporation...
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    That's true in New Jersey, form an LLC with zero...

    That's true in New Jersey, form an LLC with zero employees then no workers comp insurance required. Form an S corp, also with zero employees, and you'll have to shell out a few thousand a year for...
  19. Thread: 2014 PDF

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    Am I in the wrong place in the 2014?

    Am I in the wrong place in the 2014?
  20. Thread: 2014 PDF

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    It went away:

    It went away:
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    As Dennis stated there is no such NEC...

    As Dennis stated there is no such NEC requirement. NYC has a requirement for a separate circuit to each room for a window AC when there is no central air.
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    :D Nice to see you around here Chris. 8-)

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    Nice to see you around here Chris. 8-)
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    Disconnecting means are covered under 680.12 in...

    Disconnecting means are covered under 680.12 in Part I of Article 680. Since you said portable spa doesn't it have a cord and plug?
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    680.41 is a requirement for an emergency shutoff...

    680.41 is a requirement for an emergency shutoff switch not a disconnecting means.
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    This may help, I wrote this a few years ago:

    This may help, I wrote this a few years ago:
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