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    2017 NEC 210.11(C)(4) exception allows it as long as the receptacle is readily accessible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcarroll View Post
    2017 NEC 210.11(C)(4) exception allows it as long as the receptacle is readily accessible.
    MWBCs feeding a garage sub-panel, may also satisfy the dedicated branch circuit, outside circuits, and Energy Code / Green Codes for Car-charging raceways.
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    As stated earlier, it is allowed to have the indoor receptacle also power the outdoor receptacle. 210.11(C)(4) new section for the 2017 NEC
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    Quote Originally Posted by edward View Post
    As stated earlier, it is allowed to have the indoor receptacle also power the outdoor receptacle. 210.11(C)(4) new section for the 2017 NEC
    Yes, my earlier post said the 2017 when it should have said 2014. The 2017 added the exception that
    Ron first mentioned.
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    Although it would be nice if 210.52(g)(1) would refer to the circuit requirement and exception found at 210.11(c)(4)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mopowr steve View Post
    Although it would be nice if 210.52(g)(1) would refer to the circuit requirement and exception found at 210.11(c)(4)
    Agreed


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    Quote Originally Posted by ramsy View Post
    MWBCs feeding a garage sub-panel, may also satisfy the dedicated branch circuit, outside circuits, and Energy Code / Green Codes for Car-charging raceways.
    I'd have to say that a MWBC feeding a garage sub-panel would actually be considered a feeder.


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    210.11(C)(4) Exception

    I believe the 2017 NEC permits "readily accessible outdoor receptacle outlets for the garage circuit in the Exception to 210.11(C)(4).

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    Roger that, especially if exceeding 20 Amps
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    There is an exception for readily accessible receptacles in that new section take a look at that
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