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Old 09-17-2009, 11:16 AM   #16
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code question - AFCI / GFCI breakers


Just to be clear, 300zx's posted requirements are a particular municipality's adaptation of the model codes. They've added a small amount of interpretive language, which is pretty commonplace.

As ARI001 stated, and as 300zx's post illustrates, various municipalities can make changes to the code as they see fit during the adoption process.

It is always safest to cite the model code itself (not modified versions) and suggest that people contact their local codes department to determine local requirements and applicability of the model codes.


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