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    Warm. Roger

    Warm.

    Roger
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    Okay Capt Obvious, but what about the homework? ...

    Okay Capt Obvious, but what about the homework?

    Roger
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    At that time there was no NEC requirement for...

    At that time there was no NEC requirement for only one neutral per terminal however, if there is any information in the panel enclosure or on the cover it would apply.

    Roger
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    Here's a homework assignment for you, what year...

    Here's a homework assignment for you, what year did it first show up in the NEC.

    If the HI was trying to say that it was a listing issue he needs to say that and back it up.

    Roger
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    What code cycle was in effect when the house was...

    What code cycle was in effect when the house was built?

    Roger
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    Me too. :thumbsup: Roger

    Me too. :thumbsup:

    Roger
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    I agree with the fact that other building codes...

    I agree with the fact that other building codes have requirements above the NEC hence the question, "What can he cite"? He can't just say he wants something with out having an adopted code to cite...
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    Isolated Ground receptacles are not HG...

    Isolated Ground receptacles are not HG receptacles however, there is a HG version even though per 517.16 isolated ground receptacles are not allowed in a Patient Care Vicinity.

    Roger
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    I agree with Hal but will add, most chairs I've...

    I agree with Hal but will add, most chairs I've seen have a sticker on the cord that says they must be plugged into a HG receptacle, there is no real reason except a CYA for the manufacturer.

    Roger
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    What could he site? It could be solved by putting...

    What could he site? It could be solved by putting numerous fixtures and single pole switches spaced out the length of the hallway, and if he were trying to use the NEC that wouldn't work because the...
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    Give us the manufacturer and model number of the...

    Give us the manufacturer and model number of the Fire Pump and it's associated equipment.

    Roger
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    This is where due diligence and "qualified" need...

    This is where due diligence and "qualified" need to come together. If I see a small conductor has been re-identified I will need to find out why before I start landing it on different places.

    Roger
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    The answer is there is nothing in the NEC that...

    The answer is there is nothing in the NEC that says you can not use one leg or phase of a multi pole breaker, so it is fine but here is a minor problem, if the conductors are not part of a cable...
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    Yes he does and since the question was answered...

    Yes he does and since the question was answered (in another thread as well) we will close this one.

    Roger
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    Read the short product discription, note the last...

    Read the short product discription, note the last word in the sentence.

    Roger
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    Did you read the "short description" in the link?...

    Did you read the "short description" in the link?

    Roger
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    Smoke alarms are stand alone units, Smoke alarm...

    Smoke alarms are stand alone units, Smoke alarm systems are complete systems as you already described, some manufacturers are Simplex, Edwards, Notifier, etc..., as far as the AFCI question, see the...
  18. With that being the case see 250.110(1). IMO, you...

    With that being the case see 250.110(1). IMO, you would not need to worry to much about there not being an EGC.

    Roger
  19. Basically the section and exception is saying...

    Basically the section and exception is saying that the neutral could be used as the EGC if the installation was legal when it was install. This mostly was for detached buildings but could apply to...
  20. In case it's not obvious, the conversation at...

    In case it's not obvious, the conversation at hand is pretty absurd and many posts have reflected that but, if an inspector required proof of something (not this) he/she can rightfully do so and if...
  21. I don't know how it works where you are but most...

    I don't know how it works where you are but most places the inspector will withhold a final (meaning C.O.) or even have the POCO remove the meter if an EC gets to high up on his horse, even if they...
  22. And the inspectors I deal with would hand it back...

    And the inspectors I deal with would hand it back and say call me when you have excavated a 20' wide area around the building and BTW, there will be a re-inspection fee.

    In reality I don't think...
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    As the others have pointed out you are talking...

    As the others have pointed out you are talking about two different items. In your opening post you're talking about the GEC and then you are looking at the EGC in 250.122. They do different things...
  24. Generaly speaking, not really. Roger

    Generaly speaking, not really.

    Roger
  25. :lol: Roger

    :lol:

    Roger
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