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    https://smile.amazon.com/CHSPT2ULTRA-Ultimate-Prot...

    https://smile.amazon.com/CHSPT2ULTRA-Ultimate-Protection-Length-Height/dp/B01AQAKRSS/ref=sr_1_2?crid=3N1JVR66B5RVO&keywords=eaton+surge+protector+whole+house&qid=1559762047&s=gateway&sprefix=eaton+sur...
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    How can that even make sense? 8000 W for a light,...

    How can that even make sense? 8000 W for a light, ignition system, and a timer control?
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    I'd probably go to the shop and experiment...

    I'd probably go to the shop and experiment instead of trying to calculate it at a desk. You could probably use 14/3 NM cable or something similar to stand in for the GameChanger if you don't have...
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    Actually, first, what EXACTLY does the manual...

    Actually, first, what EXACTLY does the manual say, word for word?

    Does it recommend not being on a GFCI "because it can cause nuisance trips" or "in case of nuisance trips?"
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    Interesting stuff: ...

    Interesting stuff:


    http://www.paigedatacom.com/files/GameChanger%20White%20Paper.pdf
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    This. Though you may still have nuisance...

    This. Though you may still have nuisance tripping at the breaker instead now, just like the manufacturer warned. Previously, the receptacle was just tripping first, and saving the breaker from the...
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    I work on these types of AC units. I've never...

    I work on these types of AC units. I've never seen one actually above the shower. Bathroom ceiling, yes, but not shower ceiling. Interesting.

    Does a recessed light above a shower require the...
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    I doubt there is a standard. It's likely just...

    I doubt there is a standard. It's likely just marketing, though there is probably something about it that makes it "better" than a "standard" product that company also sells. One company's standard...
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    I just remember it's the side with the big hole...

    I just remember it's the side with the big hole in the way. Or you can remember to not use the side with the cutting edges.
  10. Electrically irrelevant. You have a hot lead...

    Electrically irrelevant. You have a hot lead short somewhere else.
  11. What is the model number of your panel, or the...

    What is the model number of your panel, or the model numbers of some of the proper breakers already in it?
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    How is that different than a disconnect shutting...

    How is that different than a disconnect shutting off the power? Just how often it happens?
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    No different than having the long run of larger...

    No different than having the long run of larger cable upstream of a disconnect, and "normal" cable from disco to machine.
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    What happens during a power outage?

    What happens during a power outage?
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    That will depend on the contract. Union jobs...

    That will depend on the contract. Union jobs will want electricians doing it, but that's not common in residential.
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    Good point. I guess I'm just agreeing that...

    Good point. I guess I'm just agreeing that SOMETHING needs to go in the hole if something was required in the holes when under initial construction. If it doesn't have to be firewall caulking, use...
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    I hope not. Our d̶e̶s̶i̶g̶n̶ ̶m̶a̶n̶u̶a̶l̶ code...

    I hope not. Our d̶e̶s̶i̶g̶n̶ ̶m̶a̶n̶u̶a̶l̶ code is overreaching enough.

    I searched too long before finding them hidden behind drapery. But that's on them, and was billed.
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    I'm in wood-constructed residential attics nearly...

    I'm in wood-constructed residential attics nearly everyday. All I ever see in topsill holes is expanding foam. I've only seen fire-caulking in firewalls separating different dwellings.

    But I...
  19. Told by whom? Handyman? Another electrician? ...

    Told by whom? Handyman? Another electrician? Boss? Inspector for the AHJ?
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    Duh... :ashamed1:

    Duh... :ashamed1:
  21. Under $30 on Amazon. There's this one, and...

    Under $30 on Amazon. There's this one, and there's another with free Prime shipping (faster) for $3 more.
    ...
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    Yes, the raceway needs proper support regardless...

    Yes, the raceway needs proper support regardless of which class of conductors are inside.

    While I don't have a problem with it, would Code or inspector care about the insulation between the box...
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    Assuming TR is "Tons Refrigeration," that doesn't...

    Assuming TR is "Tons Refrigeration," that doesn't appear to be the case. But I don't do these, so I'm guessing.

    http://www.york.com/for-your-workplace/chilled-water-systems/water-cooled-chillers
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    Odd picture. Bare ground? But the artist seems...

    Odd picture. Bare ground? But the artist seems to have drawn a like-colored no-thickness covering over the strands?
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    How many retail stores over 100,000 sq. ft. do...

    How many retail stores over 100,000 sq. ft. do you get?
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