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    I've seen older poles with hinges on them. I...

    I've seen older poles with hinges on them. I haven't seen those on any recent installations though.
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    I think you posted the wrong code section.

    I think you posted the wrong code section.
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    I believe the cheaper stuff in the tube is a fire...

    I believe the cheaper stuff in the tube is a fire block, not a fire stop. Fire block is used a lot for draft stopping around here.
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    I used to say Square D QO without hesitation, but...

    I used to say Square D QO without hesitation, but I'm liking Eaton a lot these days.
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    Absolutley the truth!

    Absolutley the truth!
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    For some reason, the gas utility here still...

    For some reason, the gas utility here still requires the black CSST and black iron to have additional bonding in addition to the bond from the equipment ground. Something to do with lawyers I'm...
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    99% of the electrical contractors around here...

    99% of the electrical contractors around here won't touch CSST bonding. They didn't install the stuff, they don't want to be responsible for even touching it.
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    I like that reasoning. Makes perfect sense.

    I like that reasoning. Makes perfect sense.
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    Would you not consider the panel inside the...

    Would you not consider the panel inside the mobile home fed with the 4-wire equipment? Maybe I'm not clear on what you're saying.
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    Mobile Home Grounding

    There is a meter pedestal fed from a transformer located about 15' from a mobile home. The meter pedestal has a 100 amp service disconnect in it. A 4-wire feeder runs to the panel in the mobile...
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    Good point. If this is at a bar, the cover will...

    Good point. If this is at a bar, the cover will probably be torn off before long anyway.
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    Can you use the receptacle/usb port device and...

    Can you use the receptacle/usb port device and use an in-use cover?
  13. Thread: 210.11(C)(2)

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    This is what I agree with.

    This is what I agree with.
  14. I think there is a nice handy-dandy flow chart...

    I think there is a nice handy-dandy flow chart somewhere around here that is a great reference for bonding bushings. I don't recall where exactly I saw it.
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    I don't mean to pick apart the article, but it is...

    I don't mean to pick apart the article, but it is the National Electrical Code, not National Electric Code.
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    I'm going with #2.

    I'm going with #2.
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    I'm in agreement with Kwired. I think according...

    I'm in agreement with Kwired. I think according to 210.8, you need GFCI protection as well. But it is an interesting conversation between the two code sections.
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    Receptacles for RV's

    2017 NEC Does 210.8(B)(4) include receptacles for RV's? 551.71(F) requires GFCI protection for RV parks for 125 volt single phase 15 and 20 amp receptacles. Would an RV park be considered a non...
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    Master License Test

    Hi All,

    On Friday I took and passed my Iowa Master Electrician test. First attempt. 110 questions (10 aren't scored) 270 minute time limit. Although I can't remember what the questions asked...
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    I just noticed that in the 2017 index it mentions...

    I just noticed that in the 2017 index it mentions Innerduct and refers you to 770.12, but 770.12 is no longer there. The definition is there in Article 100.
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    It is MC cable without an equipment ground. It...

    It is MC cable without an equipment ground. It has an aluminum bond wire you cut off at the termination point.
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    Southwire MC Cable

    Have any of you seen or used this product?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w47p4wgfvfE
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    Receptacle Covers

    Have any of you come across these in the field? Would you allow these to be used over a 2 prong receptacle? First I knew such a thing existed was today.
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    It could be 240v lighting.

    It could be 240v lighting.
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    210.63 2014 NEC

    Does anyone know the reason behind 25' for this requirement? Why not 15' or 50'? Just wondering if there is specific reason why it is 25'.
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