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Old 01-26-2009, 04:20 PM   #1
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I have been trying to ask questions and learn about the nec code as I remodel my house. I remember someone had posted a link to a free copy of the NEC online and I used to have it in my favorites but I had to get a new computer and now don't have that link anymore. Does anyone know of a link where you can read the NEC online for free? Thanks

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This what you're looking for? http://bulk.resource.org/codes.gov/

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The NEC is not really a how-to type of book, but if you've been using it you obviously know this.

Here is what you are looking for: https://www.nfpa.org/catalog/service...%26id%3D7008SB
They did change it so that you have to sign up (free) now.

This may also help: http://www.generalcode.com/webcode2.html
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Thanks guys. Speedy that is the link I had, I found it today when I googled it but said I needed to log in to access it. Thanks again.
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