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Old 08-10-2012, 10:15 AM   #16
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I put a underline part but I just want to double check with ya about the shared circuit which part are you refering to this ??

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I didnt explain well. Was referring to same NEC as Stickboy, adding exception #2.

"Exceptions in 210.52(B)(2) allow clock receptacles and receptacles that are installed to plug in the cords of gas-fired ranges, ovens, or counter-mounted cooking units in order to power up their timers and ignition systems"
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I didnt explain well. Was referring to same NEC as Stickboy, adding exception #2.

"Exceptions in 210.52(B)(2) allow clock receptacles and receptacles that are installed to plug in the cords of gas-fired ranges, ovens, or counter-mounted cooking units in order to power up their timers and ignition systems"
I knew what you meant.
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I didnt explain well. Was referring to same NEC as Stickboy, adding exception #2.

"Exceptions in 210.52(B)(2) allow clock receptacles and receptacles that are installed to plug in the cords of gas-fired ranges, ovens, or counter-mounted cooking units in order to power up their timers and ignition systems"
Merci for clearing that one up I almost forgot about the exception #2 but the wiring metholds still the same as far I done for a while.

Side note in France we don't have any exceptions on kitchen circuits on countertop but luminarie ( hardwired ) they do have one for it.

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