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    We don't have EGC's here :p But yes, any...

    We don't have EGC's here :p

    But yes, any supplemental ground rods installed beyond the source, you would bond to the ground wire.
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    Lightning protection is not required for each...

    Lightning protection is not required for each pole.
    Every pole needs to be bonded back to the source, with proper grounding at the source.
    ESA has a streetlighting guide online....
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    You can read up on 16-212, they require...

    You can read up on 16-212, they require separation, but not when attached to EMT.

    If this a commercial install, most companies follow EIA/TIA standards.

    For resi installs, loosing a camera feed...
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    YW To qualify for this deduction, your...

    YW

    To qualify for this deduction, your employer must certify (using form T2200) that you needed the tools for employment.

    ie, your employer has to confirm you need to buy some of your work...
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    Hey Kevin :bye:

    Hey Kevin :bye:
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    CRA allows a tradesman tool allowance of $500 yr...

    CRA allows a tradesman tool allowance of $500 yr (max)

    Link -->...
  7. I've noticed this too. The triac based...

    I've noticed this too.

    The triac based 'programmable' tstats tend to get hot. Many also have wattage limitations lower than traditional line tstats as well.

    I don't know how much savings are...
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    Differences I can think of: Outside receptacle...

    Differences I can think of:
    Outside receptacle is dedicated outlet here, not for you.

    SABC, seems you can feed other loads from this. (ie, fridge). Our counter receptacles are dedicated.
    ...
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    Me too 8-) Nice to see a Canuck section here.

    Me too 8-)

    Nice to see a Canuck section here.
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    Not sure if this will be pertinent for you (I'm...

    Not sure if this will be pertinent for you (I'm in Canada)
    Our outside fiber runs are governed by EIA/TIA standards. The company that owns the fiber should have specs (possibly more stringent) to...
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    Double tapping the load side of the meter for a...

    Double tapping the load side of the meter for a 50A sub would work too, no ??
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    Because I'm clairvoyant ;) Oh, and he posted a...

    Because I'm clairvoyant ;)

    Oh, and he posted a pic of his panel on DIYchatroom :lol:
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    All old houses have ghosts :) BTW, thanks for...

    All old houses have ghosts :)

    BTW, thanks for the welcome. I couldn't answer you in the other thread :happysad:
  14. +1 on checking the wiring at the receptacle. If...

    +1 on checking the wiring at the receptacle.
    If the GFCI didn't trip with your tester, I'd guess no ground at device.
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    I'd hope it's greek to you. It's a patent for...

    I'd hope it's greek to you.

    It's a patent for "an apparatus that facilitates the efficient and inexpensive compression and storage of video and/or audio on compact laser discs (commonly known as...
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    Did you open/separate the EGCs in that box ?...

    Did you open/separate the EGCs in that box ? Wherever your hot is shorted, it could be returning on the other circuits ground.
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    I figured Homeline would, I know that the SquareD...

    I figured Homeline would, I know that the SquareD still has it (it's what I use)

    I went to help a buddy, cause he was scratching his head on a problem (gnd to neutral on a GE panel)
    It was...
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    I should of known better :p

    I should of known better :p
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    Thanks for trying Al, it was a valiant effort ;)...

    Thanks for trying Al, it was a valiant effort ;)

    I haven't seen anything listed in a spec sheet for any others as well, maybe someone else has found something ?

    I see a few mentioned testing. I...
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    Thanks to all of you for the replies. Some of...

    Thanks to all of you for the replies.
    Some of the spec sheets for certain breakers will list the GFP, others seem to omit to comment ??

    I guess it's just GE and BR for now. Although it seems GE...
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    GFP in AFCI breakers

    Hello all !

    I did some searching here and on the web, but couldn't find anything recent.

    Are GE and BR breakers the only ones that currently have removed the GFP in arc fault breakers ?
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