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    How'd it go?

    How'd it go?
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    I have dealt with several POCOs. Only one comes...

    I have dealt with several POCOs. Only one comes to mind as having a specific length of conductor left for the lineman. It was 30". Most cut it back to about 24". The problem I see with that...
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    https://carlonsales.com/techinfo/faqs/FAQ-ZipBoxes...

    https://carlonsales.com/techinfo/faqs/FAQ-ZipBoxes.pdf

    Last page - 6lbs. and acceptable for wall mounted fixtures.
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    800.133.A.1 ex #1 & #2 then.

    800.133.A.1 ex #1 & #2 then.
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    What kind of fixture are you hanging? And, how...

    What kind of fixture are you hanging? And, how is it secured?

    Some bar lights can be secured to the box or to the wall. I've had to scoot fixtures slightly to where they don't line up with box...
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    800.133.A.2 what you are looking for?

    800.133.A.2 what you are looking for?
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    Is there not enough slack to turn it out to a...

    Is there not enough slack to turn it out to a j-box on the back side? They didn't fill all the cells all the time on slump block columns.
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    Yep. I remember some teacher or professor...

    Yep. I remember some teacher or professor telling me that once.
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    Why not have a 200A feed through panel? In...

    Why not have a 200A feed through panel?

    In some of the older parts of Phoenix, the service hits the detached garage before heading to the house. I used to put a 200A pump panel on the garage then...
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    220.55 (2017) Speaks to ELECTRIC cooking...

    220.55 (2017) Speaks to ELECTRIC cooking appliances. I've never included a gas range in my calculations.
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    It would let the inspector know you are paying...

    It would let the inspector know you are paying attention. Build your street cred.
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    Kwired, you are correct. I was thinking along...

    Kwired, you are correct. I was thinking along the lines of mbrooke, though.
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    Curious as to what the actual demand is. I...

    Curious as to what the actual demand is. I remember the instructor saying that the actual usage was always lower than the calculated in the class I took that covered load calcs.
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    I agree with Charlie. As long as you follow the...

    I agree with Charlie. As long as you follow the article, you should be fine and do not have to factor anything else in.
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    You have to keep tension on the wire. 23017 ...

    You have to keep tension on the wire.

    23017

    :D:D:D
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    When I was a cub, I remember several times being...

    When I was a cub, I remember several times being on AC jobs where there was a double disconnect. Do they still make those? Usually they'd be fed by a #4, 2, 1 SE.
  17. If you are only running the switch leg from the...

    If you are only running the switch leg from the garage to the main house, you are not running a feed just extending lighting control.
  18. Sounds like you need to call in again. Someone...

    Sounds like you need to call in again. Someone is not understanding what you are asking for.
  19. $20 - never runs out of battery. :D 22970

    $20 - never runs out of battery. :D

    22970
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    If the OP wired and breakered the unit correctly...

    If the OP wired and breakered the unit correctly and there are no issues between the breaker and the unit, there is a problem with the unit. Maybe just maybe, the breaker may have an issue.
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    I just did a quick Google. All I could see on...

    I just did a quick Google. All I could see on any manufacturer cut-sheets were "sized to MCA" for toggle switches.
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    Any specifications required?

    Any specifications required?
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    Is this an intermittent problem? If not, check...

    Is this an intermittent problem?

    If not, check the terminations, check the wire (meg), and check the breaker (amp). Not much else left electrician wise.
  24. +1 The totality of circumstances. You are...

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    The totality of circumstances. You are only talking about a 6" gap or 3" from each side. I've yet to meet a lady who would plop a crockpot in the middle of a window and leave it there...
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    My question is, how do inspect the installation...

    My question is, how do inspect the installation of a light fixture?
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