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    Sorry I edit your post instead of quoting it. ...

    Sorry I edit your post instead of quoting it.

    I don't see it as having to be all of the above just one-- nonmetallic-- there is a comma-- polymeric or inflatable. If there were no comma then I...
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    But they could have nonmetallic walls

    But they could have nonmetallic walls
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    On another note what do you think the last part...

    On another note what do you think the last part of this means? Do you think the intent here was to be a pool above ground or on the ground as defined in the first part. Hard for me to think that an...
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    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the...

    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the Forum rules. This Forum is intended to assist professional electricians, inspectors, engineers, and other members of the electrical industry in the...
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    Rick it seems like you are an a/c guy and not an...

    Rick it seems like you are an a/c guy and not an electrician. We are not allowed to help you in this case. It really depends whether you can hook the equipment grounding conductor to the neutral...
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    Here is the link ...

    Here is the link

    http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/europe/06/30/bee.decline.mobile.phones/
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    IMO, it does not matter what I believe about the...

    IMO, it does not matter what I believe about the issue. If the customer has issues with it then so be it- I will try and do what I can to alleviate it. I have no doubt that there are those that...
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    Thank you

    Thank you
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    I know that some inspectors require metal studs...

    I know that some inspectors require metal studs to be bonded but that can be done with the equipment grounding conductor not grounding electrode conductor. Normally the 4" sq. boxes mounted to the...
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    I understand that 680.42(B) exists and that would...

    I understand that 680.42(B) exists and that would eliminate the equipotential bonding in most cases but this definition appears to eliminate the equipotential bonding in even more case. For...
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    I hate to post and run but I just got a call.

    I hate to post and run but I just got a call.
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    Spa - Hot Tubs and equipotential bonding

    I just noticed that the 2014 NEC has added Portable/Storable Spas and Hot Tubs to the definition of Storable Pools etc. In the definition we have this



    Now I have never seen a metallic walled...
  13. There is also the listing on the panel itself...

    There is also the listing on the panel itself which tells you how many conductors/screw
  14. Also in the 2011

    Also in the 2011
  15. 408.41 in the 2014 Nec

    408.41 in the 2014 Nec
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    Since you only have 3 wires you need to bond the...

    Since you only have 3 wires you need to bond the neutral to the can and the grounding electrode conductor and equipment grounding conductor get connected on the neutral bar also, just as you would do...
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    Can you make it a 2 gang and use regular...

    Can you make it a 2 gang and use regular switches? 3 way despard I believe can be found but the 4 way????
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    Good luck with that. I have known others looking...

    Good luck with that. I have known others looking for that with no luck. How many switches are in the box? Can you make it a bigger box?
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    That's what I get for thinking. It was done...

    That's what I get for thinking. It was done after the 2005 NEC as smart stated
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    I believe the change in the code for an equipment...

    I believe the change in the code for an equipment grounding conductor was done in the 2005 NEC
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    My suspicion is there is stray voltage present in...

    My suspicion is there is stray voltage present in the ground near the dairy cattle and they are getting shocked-- this may cause them anxiety and they may not produce the milk.
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    IMO this would not satisfy the code as this unit...

    IMO this would not satisfy the code as this unit plugs in. It is nothing more than a glorified plug strip.
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    Basically you are looking for anywhere the...

    Basically you are looking for anywhere the neutral and hot of a circuit are not run together or where the neutral is give another path back to the source without the hot conductor For instance Knob &...
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    I have dealt with 6 or so customer who swear that...

    I have dealt with 6 or so customer who swear that the electromagnetic field's cause them problems. Who know's for sure but if there is a worry then why not help them out. A gaussmeter is important...
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    First thing you need is a guassmeter. Also there...

    First thing you need is a guassmeter. Also there is a book written by one of our members, Karl Riley, on electromagnetic field's. I think Amazon has it cheaper
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