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  1. Same idea happened here a few months ago. ...

    Same idea happened here a few months ago. Construction crew hit a gas line outside

    https://indyweek.com/news/durham/what-we-know-about-the-explosion-downtown-durham/
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    If this amendment is true then it has not been...

    If this amendment is true then it has not been posted to there website

    https://www.howardcountymd.gov/Departments/Inspections-Licenses-and-Permits/Plan-Review/Adopted-Codes
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    From Eaton ...

    From Eaton https://www.eaton.com/content/dam/eaton/products/medium-voltage-power-distribution-control-systems/reclosers/recloser-definition-information-td280027en.pdf
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    I think the inspector is correct especially if...

    I think the inspector is correct especially if the disconnects have an overcurrent protective device. The max height is 6'7" to the top of the breaker
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    I believe at the pole or transformer

    I believe at the pole or transformer
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    Sounds to me like there is an issue with the...

    Sounds to me like there is an issue with the chargers. Again does the unit state 208V.

    If the gfci in the unit does not use a neutral then I wonder if it is using the equipment grounding...
  7. Thread: Wet niche

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    I just assumed everything on the light was...

    I just assumed everything on the light was plastic. Plastic niche, plastic light and plastic screws or some other means to attach the light. We don't do the wiring inside the pool as the pool...
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    There is a rough in bonding for the pool itself...

    There is a rough in bonding for the pool itself then at the end they can inspect the bonding for the pump etc.
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    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the...

    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the Forum Rules.

    If you feel this action to be in error, feel free to contact me via PM to explain.

    A reminder to all members, if you see a...
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    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the...

    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the Forum Rules.If you feel this action to be in error, feel free to contact me via PM to explain.eminder to all members, if you see a questionable post,...
  11. Welcome to the forum. Unless the charger is...

    Welcome to the forum.

    Unless the charger is larger than 60 amps then no disconnect is required
  12. Thread: Wet niche

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    Yeah but that pool shell is not going to be...

    Yeah but that pool shell is not going to be changed without major demolition of the pool
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    There are many brands floating around. I would...

    There are many brands floating around. I would do as Ken said. There should be some info on the switch. Even if its just a model number you can use that and do a search
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    I can't believe the guy thought about trying to...

    I can't believe the guy thought about trying to save that keyless. BTW, nice wiring job.....I m not talking about the temp stuff either.
  15. Thread: Wet niche

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    So if everything is plastic why is there a need...

    So if everything is plastic why is there a need for a lug. Sounds like they introduced metal-- my guess is that it is for the screws that hold the light fixture in place
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    Except that there is a metal piece in the shell...

    Except that there is a metal piece in the shell according to curt
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    Well, if that's the case I suspect you better run...

    Well, if that's the case I suspect you better run the wire regardless of what the inspector says
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    I get you. I am not sure of the answer but I...

    I get you. I am not sure of the answer but I believe that is allowed especially since your conductors are not usually sized for the breaker
  19. Thread: Wet niche

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    Are you sure there is a bonding screw on the...

    Are you sure there is a bonding screw on the plastic shell? What is it attached to? If there is one then it makes no sense other then some inspectors wanted to see one so the manufacture put it...
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    You need to look at art. 630. Hope this helps

    You need to look at art. 630. Hope this helps
  21. Amen to that--:D

    Amen to that--:D
  22. Thread: Wet niche

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    If everything is plastic then what is there to...

    If everything is plastic then what is there to bond. The actual light itself will have an equipment grounding conductor in the cord.
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    I have not run across a steam shower that...

    I have not run across a steam shower that required a gfci. The unit is not in he shower so I am not sure why they would require it.
  24. Seriously, you are still on the ground rods. The...

    Seriously, you are still on the ground rods. The code requires 2 at most so why continue with this. A well pipe is the best electrode (when they were metal) but we don't have to use that...
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    Yes-- so why did you mention the name.... I...

    Yes-- so why did you mention the name.... I deleted it so please don't comment on it again. Thanks
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