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Old 10-16-2016, 07:28 PM   #16
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My interpretation would be you will be fine then.
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Thanks for your usual great input!

I am going to try and draw up a schematic for our house. Electrician would have to spend at least 1/2 a day figuring out what goes where.
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That link didn't work, but I found it anyway
Ya, sorry about that. Me being my usual techno-dumb self. Glad you figured it out. Joed has referenced the ESA several times and they have a useful FAQ area, particularly for Ontario residents.
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