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    DISCONNECTING MEANS AND READILY ACCESSIBLE

    I HAVE SEVERAL REFRIGERATOR UNITS TO HOOKUP IN A STORE. EXAMPLE REACH IN AND OPEN DISPLAY CASES. UNITS ARE 120V/ 20A CIRCUITS. PANEL IS NOT WITHIN SIGHT. AM I REQUIRED TO INSTALL DISCONNECTING MEANS FOR EACH UNIT AND BE READILY ACCESSIBLE. APPRECIATE SOME INSIGHT

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    Welcome to the forum. Please turn off your CAPS LOCK.

    I believe cord and plug is acceptable means of disconnecting. Perhaps there are breakers or discos inside the unit cabinets. I've been in many grocery stores and never seen disconnecting means outside of the units.
    Electricians do it until it Hertz!

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    DISCO AND ACCESSIBLE

    Quote Originally Posted by JFletcher View Post
    Welcome to the forum. Please turn off your CAPS LOCK.

    I believe cord and plug is acceptable means of disconnecting. Perhaps there are breakers or discos inside the unit cabinets. I've been in many grocery stores and never seen disconnecting means outside of the units.
    Yes I see I can go with 422.31B. No breakers or discos inside units. Thanks for your input

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    DISCO AND ACCESSIBLE

    Quote Originally Posted by Cards View Post
    Yes I see I can go with 422.31B. No breakers or discos inside units. Thanks for your input
    I stand corrected on article in NEC. 422.33A is the correct one to use

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