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    Thanks Duplex and welcome to the forum

    Thanks Duplex and welcome to the forum
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    The P1 and P2 are the thermo protection in the...

    The P1 and P2 are the thermo protection in the windings.

    The VFC 400P 5T motor has a Pilot duty thermo protector and is light duty low current and must be put in series with a contactor...
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    Welcome and you have come to the right place if...

    Welcome and you have come to the right place if you want to learn as much as you can.

    In the 40 years I have been in the trade the biggest thing I have learned is that you will never stop...
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    Me thinks you got a little corn fused:slaphead: ...

    Me thinks you got a little corn fused:slaphead:

    3 MWBCs = 9H+3N = 9CCCs neutrals or grounds are not counted in CCC, total conductors though are 13 if you install the (not required EGC if in a...
  5. Correct most dryers have an extra set of tips on...

    Correct most dryers have an extra set of tips on the centrifugal switch brought out and connected in series to the heating element contactor coil or gas valve control supply, I ran into this on my...
  6. O well I just seen that there was a second page...

    O well I just seen that there was a second page (my preference is set to 40 post per page) so most of my above ramblings is not needed (what I get trying to post after coming in from working two...
  7. The last time I had this problem was in a trailer...

    The last time I had this problem was in a trailer park where the POCO was installing new street lights and feeds, they bored underground and nicked many of the feeders going to trailers, all aluminum...
  8. Thread: Main breaker

    by hurk27
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    Another thing to check is something I found in...

    Another thing to check is something I found in several Homeline panels is where the load side bolts to the panel bus bars, the nuts are not always tight from the factory?
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    Yes but in your first post you stated you wanted...

    Yes but in your first post you stated you wanted to ground both center taps (X2-X3 and 4-9 on the HV side) on the same transformer which is why I am trying to point out that the grounding of the...
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    A ground fault on the secondary side of a...

    A ground fault on the secondary side of a transformer will only show as line to line current on the primary side, current only wants to return to source and each transformer is a separate source, a...
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    I would guess that even though it is only...

    I would guess that even though it is only connected to one phase and the neutral it will be in very close proximity to other phase conductors in the panel and or in race ways leaving the panel, so...
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    I would think that 430.53(A) would cover that?...

    I would think that 430.53(A) would cover that? just like small portable fans are allowed to be plugged into a 20 amp circuit, I can't see a problem with a fractional HP motor in the wall unit, today...
  13. Pipe fill can actully be found in the Ugly's I...

    Pipe fill can actully be found in the Ugly's I have the 2011 which on page 98 gives you the wire dimensions for THWN, and on page 103 will give you the fill area on sch. 40 PVC or you could use the...
  14. A little note to members, when we have a student...

    A little note to members, when we have a student doing homework or test work, we try to teach them how to find the answers on their own without giving them the answer.

    It goes along with the...
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    Many 3-phase heaters are connected in a WYE but...

    Many 3-phase heaters are connected in a WYE but don't have the WYE point bonded to the neutral so they would work just fine on a high-leg delta, the elements are rated at 135.5 volts though, we have...
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    I think the problem would be is that before even...

    I think the problem would be is that before even leaving the main panel the conductor would subject to other conductors on other phases that would subject the conductor to a higher voltage then it is...
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    Unless your not under the 2014, as 250.20(A) was...

    Unless your not under the 2014, as 250.20(A) was for systems with a voltage of 50 volts or less in 2011 and earlier.

    Each buildings electrode system is a separate system, the electrode system at...
  18. Thread: AFCI Switches

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    Yea but who want's all their receptacles...

    Yea but who want's all their receptacles switched:p
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    I think he was meaning 180va and 35va but the v...

    I think he was meaning 180va and 35va but the v finger got lazy?
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    A panel fed from a 4-wire high-leg delta will...

    A panel fed from a 4-wire high-leg delta will only have 208 from the B phase to the neutral, between any two phases you will have 240 volts and between A and C phase and the neutral you will have 120...
  21. Thread: Shock Hazard.

    by hurk27
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    There are some meters that has a yoke that will...

    There are some meters that has a yoke that will keep the pipes connected when the meter is removed, these do not have to be jumped out, but then there are the open yoke meters that when the meter is...
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    Or the other way around some one use the ground...

    Or the other way around some one use the ground for a neutral but the ground opened and you now have 120 volts from that loads hot through that load to this ground, I have seen control transformers...
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    The problem with this is many forget that most of...

    The problem with this is many forget that most of the blower motors in these units has overload protection built in the motor and just like outdoor compressors the conductors are protected from...
  24. Thread: Shock Hazard.

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    A 240 volt AC unit would not cause this as it...

    A 240 volt AC unit would not cause this as it does not put a load on the neutral, the blower motor in the furnace or air handler would though which is what they might have been seeing, as for the...
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    I would not be using the taps to over come a...

    I would not be using the taps to over come a voltage drop as when the load changes so will the voltage at the other end, and this could lead to over voltage equipment when the load is light, you only...
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