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Old 01-20-2009, 09:14 PM   #31
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I see... so what's the advantage of that?
It's free. If you already have the PDF from the NFPA then there's no need to get one of these.

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Old 01-21-2009, 03:20 PM   #32
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Regarding the free online code from NFPA; it is still available, at least it was about a month ago. But it's not very easy to get to, obviously they would rather you buy it. You have to register on the site, which is free unless you choose to send them money. Then you'll be able to see a link to the wonderful free version which you can't print or copy/paste from, only view.

The bulk site mentioned is a much better source.
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Thanks for all the ideas. I ordered the Mullin book and I now know i can get the actual code on that free site. I'm good for now, but I'm sure i'll have a number of questions in months to come!
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Here is the 2008 NEC.

http://nfpaweb3.gvpi.net/rrserver/br...NFPASTD/7008SB

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