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02-22-09, 09:11 AM
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Posted By JulianBeam

Lol, yea, as an inquirer i post the same question...

Lol, yea, as an inquirer i post the same question on multiple forums for multiple and faster responses.



Protective nipples?? Picture?
02-22-09, 09:08 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 994
Posted By JulianBeam

Yes, the sum of the subs max amp usage is less...

Yes, the sum of the subs max amp usage is less than the service of 125. So your implication is that as long as the subs are less, then any feed size is allowed?? You have the code for that? Merci...
02-21-09, 10:49 PM
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Views: 994
Posted By JulianBeam

I appreciate the replies everyone. My...

I appreciate the replies everyone.

My conduit will be running through Sheetrock.........what fittings would i need to create a water tight seal between conduit and Sheetrock??

In addition, i...
02-20-09, 11:12 PM
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Views: 994
Posted By JulianBeam

Sharing conduit

I have two subs in which one of them will be fed with 4awg Thhn conductors and the other with 6/3 romex. Would sharing these feeds in the same conduit abide by code? Do i even need conduit for indoor...
01-28-09, 08:53 AM
Replies: 10
Views: 1,250
Posted By JulianBeam

wow, excellent responses and extremely...

wow, excellent responses and extremely informative articles.

Anybody know how to upload pics from my computer? Not from URL links??

Just to be efficient with this post before i upload (if...
01-26-09, 12:01 PM
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Views: 1,250
Posted By JulianBeam

Yea, i am using "isolated ground" as unbonded...

Yea, i am using "isolated ground" as unbonded ground and neutral. So what is so safe about an unbonded ground and neutral Main panel? For ex, my townhome at the Main has the ground and neutral...
01-25-09, 09:53 AM
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Views: 1,250
Posted By JulianBeam

Are you talking about the Main Panel ONLY? ...

Are you talking about the Main Panel ONLY? Because if this is also Code for a sub then the ground and neutral would be bonded. Sorry if this is an obvious observation, but just wanted to ascertain....
01-24-09, 11:40 AM
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Views: 1,250
Posted By JulianBeam

Code Clarification

hey hey everyone, i was reading some incidences involving homeowners getting shocked modifying their electrical system, and came across code that i am confused about.

Code: Neutrals and grounding...
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