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Thread: 2014 NEC 210.52 question

  1. #81
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    That doesn't say the floor line ends at the wall space. It just asserts each wall space has a floor line.

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  2. #82
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    You can extend the "floor line of a wall space" until it strikes you from behind, the only part of that line 210.52 is concerned with is the floor line of the wall space. . . . Not the floor line of the fireplace, or of the cabinet, etc., or the arbitrary line drawn on the open floor.
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  3. #83
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    The picture in OP's original post makes me think that the cabinet was an afterthought.

  4. #84
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    So now it looks like they have some sort of working clearances issue with that piece of electrical equipment on the wall (out of the frying pan, into the fire).

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