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Old 08-11-2014, 11:32 AM   #31
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open new threads to discuss your questions. We are getting off on non topic discussion to the op's question.
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Old 08-11-2014, 06:21 PM   #32
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Jeff do you really believe that?
Well what the heck are you talking about? I didn't write it, Jim did. Are you saying he made it up?
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Well what the heck are you talking about? I didn't write it, Jim did. Are you saying he made it up?
You can't seem to be anything but argumentative. I don't speak for Jim. I would ask that the moderator close the thread.
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You can't seem to be anything but argumentative. I don't speak for Jim.
You must be joking.

Then why on earth did you tell me I shouldn't believe what he wrote?

Do you know the answer to the questions I asked or not? And if not, then why are you constantly sniping?
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The moderator opened a new extended thread. He will close this thread if we keep complaining about what other people said. We have given you the code requirements that have been placed into code over several years that mandate we re-identify the white wire when used as a ungrounded conductor in a cable assembly.

I'm not going to go back and keep rehashing what has been said already. You have already stated that none of our posts is answering your question and that these codes are seemingly inconsistent

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So my question remains - does anyone know why these seemingly inconsistent rules are in place?
The answer your looking for may be in the proposals that were accepted by the appropriate code making panel. The cmp usually gives the substantiation (reason for acceptance). These can be very difficult and time consuming to locate.

Anyway I think its time for me to bow out of the discussion before the moderator closes the thread.
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