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Old 09-04-2009, 10:16 PM   #1
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Stubbies Diagrams and other stuff

Well I decided to get this done and spent the better part of today doing just that.

Bear in mind that most of what is contained in these albums as for the diagrams were in direct response to members and user questions and their situations. So they may not be what an electrician might do..... The grounding and bonding diagrams are mine. I posted no copyrighted images or drawings.

Be sure to look the diagrams over and be alert for any errors. I did my best to look the diagrams over for accuracy. So just a heads up...I may have missed one..... So before you wire to any diagrams in the albums be sure to have someone here verify the correctness or get them looked at by a professional.

You may copy them, modify them to your liking or use them any any constructive manner you like ... that's why I made them. I hope that all you DIYers and maybe even an electrician or two will enjoy learning from them.

Double click on each picture then you can copy by right click and save as or whatever you like

Here ya go....

And the big one you have to select this one in left album list "diagrams and Misc."
" One nice thing about the NEC articles ... you have lots of choices"


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Old 09-04-2009, 10:54 PM   #2
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In the interest of keeping these very helpful diagrams available, I've made this thread a sticky so they don't get lost several pages back. I'm closing the thread in the interest of keeping it cleaned up. If anyone has questions that can be better illustrated by using these diagrams, cut and paste as necessary and start a new thread with your question.

Another way to access the diagrams is to follow this link and use the topics menu on the side of the page:

Stubbie requested that I make it very clear that these diagrams are based on the 2005 NEC code cycle. Before basing your work on these diagrams, be sure that they're applicable to the code cycle that is adopted where you live. One change Stubbie pointed out is that the 2008 NEC prohibits 3-wire feeders to subpanels, where the 2005 allowed it.

If anyone has any similar diagrams to add, let me know by PM and we'll consider adding them.

A big thanks to Stubbie for his hard work in getting these posted for everyone to reference.
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