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  1. Thread: 210.23

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    I think you have provided the answer !

    I think you have provided the answer !
  2. Thread: 210.23

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    I agree and that is one of a bunch of reasons I...

    I agree and that is one of a bunch of reasons I would not put them on the same circuit, but put an inspector's hat on for a second and say you inspected such a job and the electrician wants a Code...
  3. Thread: 210.23

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    I'll go along with that. Now the question becomes...

    I'll go along with that. Now the question becomes does the load exceed 20 amps with the dishwasher at 10 and motor Table current at 9.8 causing it to require a branch circuit > 10.
  4. Thread: 210.23

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    My mistake, Sir. Allow me to return to the basic...

    My mistake, Sir.
    Allow me to return to the basic question.. would those two loads be permitted on one 20 amp circuit ?
  5. Thread: 210.23

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    210.23

    I was teach a couple of folks "Code" and came across a situation to which I could not find the answer.
    Assume for a moment we have a dishwasher rated at 1200 w and a 1/2 HP garbage disposal.
    By...
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    Thanks

    Thanks
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    Code Presentation

    IMO, we are all fortunate to have at our fingertips some most valuable video presentations by Mike Holt. I have not been fortune enough to see one of his presentations in person, but understand from...
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    My first thought is "When in Rome..............."...

    My first thought is "When in Rome..............."
    Sometimes local precedent rules.

    but.. as far as the NEC is concerned....


    THe 4th wire (equipment ground) is allowed to be connected to the...
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    Be sure to observe 338.10 / 334.80 in regard to...

    Be sure to observe 338.10 / 334.80 in regard to ampacity.
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    I know of no Article that would require floor...

    I know of no Article that would require floor outlets to be GFCI just because they are floor outlets.
    The 210.8 requirements would require any outlet in those specific areas to be GFCI, floor or...
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    IMO, the 230.90(A) exception 3 along with 220.87...

    IMO, the 230.90(A) exception 3 along with 220.87 would be the most efficient solution.

    230.2 would allow you a 2nd set of conductors to the location but the existing and future placement of the...
  13. That is a good question. 215.2 provides guidance...

    That is a good question. 215.2 provides guidance for feeder neutrals and 250.24 for service neutrals but I can't find a corresponding section for SDS grounded conductor when the bonding jumper is at...
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    Jim, Is it allowable to use a fuse/breaker...

    Jim,
    Is it allowable to use a fuse/breaker combination to correct the problem if the combination exists and he can verify it under engineering supervision ?
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    I might have missed it in the post, but have you...

    I might have missed it in the post, but have you tried a different GF breaker ?
    I'm not an advocate of "bad breaker", but it does happen.
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    It seems I'm having to wear the AHJ hat on this...

    It seems I'm having to wear the AHJ hat on this one :). The Fire Mashall has deferred to the local building inspector who says he has no idea ! :slaphead:
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    I guess it's a fine line and thus the problem. Is...

    I guess it's a fine line and thus the problem. Is a conveyor motor "heat producing" ??
    The oven is gas and that is turned off by the mechanical link.
    As far as added equipment... we would be...
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    The devil will be in the details. As far as the...

    The devil will be in the details.
    As far as the motors go, you could get by with a 1/0 for a feeder but since you have other loads you may well need the 3/0. With those loads, at that distance, I...
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    Have a Code reference ? Note post #10, with...

    Have a Code reference ? Note post #10, with reference, addresses electrical power to heat producing equipment,
    The discrepancy it the heart of the problem :)
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    But we will also tell him how to install the...

    But we will also tell him how to install the transformer (or whats wrong with the install) plus discuss the inspectors in that area and the effect EMF has on the facility... :)
  21. Thread: Rated wall

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    Rated wall

    I was asked a question to which I do not know the answer and upon asking different building inspectors, i got three different answers so I thought I'd try my batting average here
    (foolish person...
  22. Thread: Grounding

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    For clarification, take a look at 250.50....

    For clarification, take a look at 250.50.
    Basically as far as the NEC is concerned if the Concrete-Encase electrode is the only electrode preset that's all you need. Local ordinances and utility...
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    Take a look at 725.46.

    Take a look at 725.46.
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    Thanks, "Don" (I normally associate names with...

    Thanks, "Don"
    (I normally associate names with faces but then again, the few times that we met.......
    12229:D
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    Low bid G/C, no drawings, used equipment,...

    Low bid G/C, no drawings, used equipment, non-English speaking restaurant management on site "assisting", 'residential' electrician etc.
    The refrigerator may end up under the hood :D
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