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Old 06-12-2012, 08:54 PM   #16
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A resi MWBC.. oh the horrors........2pole GE AFCI...some of us are not on 2005
LOL, we had a customer want AFCI's installed, 2pole AFCI's were like 150 bucks... holy crap!

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The NEC only requires the cables to be stapled at intervals of no more than 4 1/2' and within 8-12" of the box they connect to.


You need to clarify this. 12", NM cable, single gang blue Carlon is a fail.
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There is no requirement for multiple circuits in the same box having to be turned off simultaneously. That is only for MWBC and multiple circuits on the same yoke.
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There is no requirement for multiple circuits in the same box having to be turned off simultaneously. That is only for MWBC and multiple circuits on the same yoke.
Good to know cause shutting off a breaker for a receptacle doesn't guarantee the other cables aren't hot.
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:45 PM   #21
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Sounds like he's wiring up some grow lights to me.
damn, K, you ARE a good electrician
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damn, K, you ARE a good electrician
Oops. Guess I posted that in the wrong thread.
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Sounds like he's wiring up some grow lights to me.


If you're referring to drugs, that is absolutely not the case
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If you're referring to drugs, that is absolutely not the case
That post wasn't supposed to be posted in this thread, I mixed up threads/thoughts late last night.

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