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    OP should look into that. Would be a moneymaker...

    OP should look into that. Would be a moneymaker for sure.

    -Hal
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    Sure, done that too. As long as you use all the...

    Sure, done that too. As long as you use all the conductors as allowed by Code. If you use a couple for a CL2 circuit that would be a violation.

    -Hal
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    No. If I can't pull those conductors through...

    No. If I can't pull those conductors through conduit off separate reels, what makes you think putting them together on one reel and selling it to me makes it any different?

    Now, if you could come...
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    Ok, so you do understand the AFCI debacle. Sorry...

    Ok, so you do understand the AFCI debacle. Sorry about the arrogance but we are as p***** off as you are over it.



    I agree 100%. I've said before that I would like to see some other...
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    I would keep the runs separate for the A/Cs but I...

    I would keep the runs separate for the A/Cs but I have a hard time with two separate 120V service receptacles if they will be right next to one another. Code says you only need one and I understand...
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    Somebody should take a GFCI and label it as an...

    Somebody should take a GFCI and label it as an AFCI. Who would ever know? There is no arc fault test except pushing the button and of course that will work.

    Problem solved! Who's in?

    -Hal
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    And industrial/automated welders wouldn't be cord...

    And industrial/automated welders wouldn't be cord and plug connected so 630.12 could be applied.

    Is this a "shop welder"? It comes with a 50A plug. Is there anything in the instructions that say...
  8. Depends. Around here in Verizon territory techs...

    Depends. Around here in Verizon territory techs are subject to termination if they do any more than the simplest repair on their copper to get a subscriber working. Everything is fiber to the...
  9. Deleted. reason: duplicate -Hal

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    -Hal
  10. You haven't said if any of this is still in...

    You haven't said if any of this is still in service, I suspect some is? Phone companies don't give a rat's patoot about copper any more so your chances of them cleaning that mess up is nil- and don't...
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    No. -Hal

    No.

    -Hal
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    I agree with those who say the OCP can't be more...

    I agree with those who say the OCP can't be more than the rating of the receptacle. 630.12 would apply to hard wired machines.

    But let's get back to the original question. I assume the welder has...
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    I noticed that right off too. I don't think that...

    I noticed that right off too. I don't think that can is bonded to anything. And whoever installed that panel didn't just break out the whole concentric KO, they didn't know what they were doing else...
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    I think every smart phone should have that built...

    I think every smart phone should have that built in. Hold it in your hand for more than a minute and it zaps you.

    -Hal
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    Agreed. If you don't have AHJ status nobody...

    Agreed.

    If you don't have AHJ status nobody is going to take you seriously. Only going to cause problems.

    -Hal
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    I've seen receptacles in the corridors outside...

    I've seen receptacles in the corridors outside the units. The renters could connect a drop light and extension cord if they needed light inside their unit. Otherwise only lighting and occupancy...
  17. Yeah, you really don't have to do anything. Just...

    Yeah, you really don't have to do anything. Just use a ty-rap to keep them together.

    -Hal
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    After the service disconnect at the meters you...

    After the service disconnect at the meters you have feeders going to the tenant space. This might have been two separate spaces that were combined into one. I see no problem.

    -Hal
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    Did you insist on payment in cash? Trailer might...

    Did you insist on payment in cash? Trailer might not be there for a check to clear.

    -Hal
  20. Thread: UPS Install

    by hbiss
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    The idiot who designed the room figures he'll be...

    The idiot who designed the room figures he'll be long gone when it comes time to replace it. :bye:

    -Hal
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    You wouldn't need to be licensed to do that, just...

    You wouldn't need to be licensed to do that, just someone that knows the Code. There are classes.

    Now, if they expect you to inspect and sign off on a job then you would need to have the...
  22. :thumbsup: -Hal

    :thumbsup:

    -Hal
  23. Thread: Cable guy

    by hbiss
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    Hey, I'm not saying I don't agree with you 100%...

    Hey, I'm not saying I don't agree with you 100% but if an AHJ had to inspect every cable, telephone or sat install there wouldn't be enough inspectors in the state or time in a year to do it. So I...
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    Ahh, conduit runs. Makes a bit more sense now. ...

    Ahh, conduit runs. Makes a bit more sense now.

    -Hal
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    Guess it made sense to whoever drew it. :? -Hal

    Guess it made sense to whoever drew it. :?

    -Hal
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