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  1. I don't know the answer. First of all I'm no good...

    I don't know the answer. First of all I'm no good at math. Second, it depends on the motor.
  2. Depending on the load and the motor a 230V motor...

    Depending on the load and the motor a 230V motor will most likely run just fine on 208V.

    Until a motor is loaded it will draw lower amps at lower voltage. I know that is not what everyone says...
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    I agree with Chris K (Hey Chris, glad to see you...

    I agree with Chris K (Hey Chris, glad to see you are still kickn'), the locks are easy to remove but you do need a small screwdriver.

    As to your second question, I don't see any reason for...
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    What brand breaker? I believe at one time you...

    What brand breaker?

    I believe at one time you said you had Sq D Homeline. To diagnose one of those you reset the breaker, hold the breaker on, push the test button, if it trips in a micro second...
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    I think so. I'm sure you graduated before I did.

    I think so. I'm sure you graduated before I did.
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    Re feeding the filter building at the water...

    Re feeding the filter building at the water treatment plant at midnight came across a wrinkled up, ugly, busted up section if insulation as it came off the reel. There was no going back to the supply...
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    The damage in your picture needs to be evaluated...

    The damage in your picture needs to be evaluated on site by a qualified electrician.

    I am closing this thread, in accordance with the Forum Rules.
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    It hasn't been allowed since '05 or '08 code....

    It hasn't been allowed since '05 or '08 code. There is an exception for preexisting conditions
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    Romex gets yanked on, drug through holes, stepped...

    Romex gets yanked on, drug through holes, stepped on, fastened in place with hammered in metal staples, and all sorts of other physical trauma when it's installed and survives just fine. Do you think...
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    There is nothing that I know that mentions...

    There is nothing that I know that mentions anything about GF protection in any manufactures' AFCI info, it was always just a given that it is or, in context of this discussion, was part of the...
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    Anything electronic can mess with AFCI. Swap the...

    Anything electronic can mess with AFCI. Swap the dual function breaker with a straight GFCI breaker and see if it still trips. If it doesn't call Sq D and get some new breakers.
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    You never re bond the neutral after the first...

    You never re bond the neutral after the first disconnect a.k.a Service Disconnect or the first disconnect of a Separately Derived System.
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    Bad connection somewhere in the circuit, maybe a...

    Bad connection somewhere in the circuit, maybe a bad bearing.

    Did you check voltage and current on all three phases?

    Has anything else in the building changed?
  14. Now that we got that straightened out, I agree...

    Now that we got that straightened out, I agree with Golddigger that you may be abusing your motors with the way you are using them.
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    It still shouldn't matter unless somebody tried...

    It still shouldn't matter unless somebody tried to connect the neutral from the generator to the delta system.
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    It's not something I ever worry about.

    It's not something I ever worry about.
  17. Thread: 1950's code

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    There is an exception in art. 250 that allows for...

    There is an exception in art. 250 that allows for an existing three wire feed as long as there are no metallic paths between the structures.
  18. That's still only about 25A.

    That's still only about 25A.
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    I have a whole house protector at my service, the...

    I have a whole house protector at my service, the clip on breaker style at my sub panel, and a leviton surge protected recpt at my entertainment center.

    Does it work? I guess so. More is better...
  20. [/COLOR] It doesn't. It gets bonded to the EGG...

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    It doesn't. It gets bonded to the EGG buss at the house and nothing else.
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    Are you sure it wasn't your humility?

    Are you sure it wasn't your humility?
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    One transformer is a better way to go than two,...

    One transformer is a better way to go than two, but I also agree that no transformer is an even better option.

    They want to pay for a transformer, disconnect, secondary grounding electrode, 480V...
  23. I've never heard of such a thing. Gobs of people...

    I've never heard of such a thing. Gobs of people mistake fine strand copper that's been tinned for aluminum.
  24. Practically speaking there is no difference other...

    Practically speaking there is no difference other than the restrictions that liquid tite not be used as an egc over 20A or more than six feet, but the Cult of The Green Wire and their fellow...
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    That is what I have seen with hotels and big...

    That is what I have seen with hotels and big retailers, the same crews follow the GC.

    When we did out of town work on cell sites it was because the contractor was looking for a specific skill set....
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