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    It isn't an issue if you use cable stackers or...

    It isn't an issue if you use cable stackers or just install 2 wire under one staple.

    http://www.idealind.com/media/img/product/medium/BPSTCKR-15.jpg
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    I'm guessing they think it is possible to have...

    I'm guessing they think it is possible to have some interference from other electronic. IDK
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    Yes but a range is not generally on an afci...

    Yes but a range is not generally on an afci breaker. It is not required and I have never seen a dp 40 afci-- they may make one but it is not required
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    Build a wooden box to cover the cable

    Build a wooden box to cover the cable
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    So did I--- was not user friendly and they don't...

    So did I--- was not user friendly and they don't want to hear from us, IMO.
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    I installed a circuit for a wine cooler. Very...

    I installed a circuit for a wine cooler. Very small unit that fit under the kitchen counter. The draw was something like 1 amp or less and it called for an individual circuit-- they are nuts. ...
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    To say the least this issued seems to always get...

    To say the least this issued seems to always get an array of responses. Around here it is not an issue but probably should be looked at more closely
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    Gus, I believe that as long as there is no...

    Gus, I believe that as long as there is no opening on the opposite side of the panel and there is sheetrock on both sides then it is not an issue. I also don't think 5/8" rock is necessary.

    Check...
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    I did not read it all so I was only reacting to...

    I did not read it all so I was only reacting to the 80%. Obviously the 8 of 10 breakers is a joke...who writes this stuff. Seriously, it almost seems like a joke.
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    Digital timers usually require a neutral. In the...

    Digital timers usually require a neutral. In the past the equipment grounding conductor was used but that is no longer compliant.
  11. Thread: balconies

    by Dennis Alwon
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    The NEC does not require lighting outlet at a...

    The NEC does not require lighting outlet at a balcony for a residence. It only requires lighting outlets at every entrance or exit that has grade level access. 210.70(A)(2)(b)
  12. Thank you-- I read that backwards.

    Thank you-- I read that backwards.
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    I assume they are talking about continuous loads..

    I assume they are talking about continuous loads..
  14. Yes but 240.21 (C) has options for no overcurrent...

    Yes but 240.21 (C) has options for no overcurrent protective device. Correct?
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    See if this thread helps... ...

    See if this thread helps... http://forums.mikeholt.com/showthread.php?t=168736
  16. Okay , I see you did the math. I was looking...

    Okay , I see you did the math. I was looking for a statement that said over 50 amps....:D So If the primary is fused at 50 amps then no overcurrent protective device is needed on the secondary. ...
  17. Thank you David. What code section calls for the...

    Thank you David. What code section calls for the greater than 50 amps
  18. Transformer Overcurrent protective device

    If a 30 kva 480/277 to 208/120 transformer is installed into a gutter and tapped to the service conductors I assume I need protection on the line side but how do we determine whether or not the load...
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    In NC they supply the book so I would check and...

    In NC they supply the book so I would check and see what the process is in NY
  20. Thread: Grounding

    by Dennis Alwon
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    I agree with Gus. If you connect to the rebar in...

    I agree with Gus. If you connect to the rebar in the footer with 4 awg then no other electrode is necessary if the water line is plastic. Of course I am assuming wood construction and not steel...
  21. You can use the 90C to start but the final...

    You can use the 90C to start but the final ampacity cannot be more than the weakest link in the circuit. Generally that would be the equipment which is usually rated 75C. You can use the 90C for...
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    I don't believe the NEC mentions the surround but...

    I don't believe the NEC mentions the surround but rather the tub itself. IMO, that install is compliant
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    A switch can be near the shower but not inside...

    A switch can be near the shower but not inside the footprint. The switch does not need any gfci protection. The receptacles can make many authority having jurisdiction's nervous but there is...
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    Yep, that is why I stated . Agreed Nothing else...

    Yep, that is why I stated . Agreed Nothing else matters other than the markings on the wire.
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    Yes, It does not say a MFD consists of 3 or more...

    Yes, It does not say a MFD consists of 3 or more SF dwellings. The building is fed by a service and it is a MFD not a SFD
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