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    Yep. Now here's the quandary, we inspectors do...

    Yep. Now here's the quandary, we inspectors do final inspections on new houses and there are NO obstacles to remove. We pass the job.
    Now, H/O moves in & creates a violation by installing obstacles...
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    The IBC requires 80" minimum headroom.

    The IBC requires 80" minimum headroom.
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    True that. But not an interior wall that is not...

    True that. But not an interior wall that is not connected to a rated wall. The ones I look at are usually in a bedroom. We have soooo many multi-family buildings going on here. I hate them.
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    A panel installed in a non rated wall inside a...

    A panel installed in a non rated wall inside a dwelling unit needs nothing.
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    My opinion Throw out (a) Keep only the first...

    My opinion
    Throw out (a)
    Keep only the first sentence, the reference to 210.52(C)(3) & the last sentence of (b)
    P. S it's late in the day & I'm smelling beer.
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    Yep. I had to use a mirror to wire one once....

    Yep. I had to use a mirror to wire one once. :rant:
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    No

    No
  8. Thread: 210.11(C)(2)

    by rcarroll
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    My water heater is right next to my clothes...

    My water heater is right next to my clothes washer. And, it supplies hot water to the washer when needed. :)
    However, the water heater is 240 volts.
    I would give the OP a green tag.
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    It's a line tap from the P. V. inverter. Solar...

    It's a line tap from the P. V. inverter. Solar City does this often when there's no way to install a back fed breaker.
  10. Thread: 210.11(C)(2)

    by rcarroll
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    Does your inspector not know you're a MHE...

    Does your inspector not know you're a MHE Moderator? :D
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    No problem

    No problem
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    Yeah, that's why I added my second post right...

    Yeah, that's why I added my second post right away. :D
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    Let me add that the outlet height has no bearing...

    Let me add that the outlet height has no bearing on the mechanical code. I just thought I'd throw a wrench into the works. :D
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    The mechanical code requires appliances having an...

    The mechanical code requires appliances having an ignition source shall be elevated such that the source of ignition (spark) is not less than 18" above the floor of a garage. Yes, this is a...
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    WOW. :eek:

    WOW. :eek:
  16. I should have said receptacle outlet. Remove an...

    I should have said receptacle outlet. Remove an old receptacle outlet & replace it with a new one.
    I hope that works for you. :)
  17. Send the "inspector"? to 210.12(D). Clearly, this...

    Send the "inspector"? to 210.12(D). Clearly, this is for branch circuit modification, NOT box or fixture replacements.
    Good luck!
  18. Yes, there outta be a law! No body can argue the...

    Yes, there outta be a law! No body can argue the point of the hatchet story. ;)
  19. Per the 2011 NEC 406.4(D) Starting January 1st,...

    Per the 2011 NEC 406.4(D) Starting January 1st, 2014, you are required to have AFCI protection for a replaced outlet.
    Your other examples, I agree, no AFCI protection required.
  20. IMO, no. As an inspector, I would never make a...

    IMO, no. As an inspector, I would never make a call like that. To me, in this case, a box is a box.
  21. Changing a standard light box to a fan rated box...

    Changing a standard light box to a fan rated box in NO way alters or extends the circuit.
    Same goes for changing the luminaire to fan/light.
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    Provided it's accessible & no local prohibitions,...

    Provided it's accessible & no local prohibitions, yes
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    Not required.
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    I'm not sure how to answer this, as you can...

    I'm not sure how to answer this, as you can install a 1/2 switched outlet & have no foot candles until you plug a lamp into it. :?
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    IMO there's no violation with your installation.

    IMO there's no violation with your installation.
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