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Old 12-12-2012, 08:37 PM   #16
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Just remember current code requires neutrals at the switch box.
That's a strange code rule

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That's a strange code rule
It's to accommodate lighted switches, timers, dimmers, etc. that are more than just a switch and need a return path for the current that passes through them.
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Your area may not be under the 2011 NEC yet.
Ah ha! We are not. Thanks.
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ah thats the deal- i think my permit is under the 2008 rules- i will check on that!

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