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06-19-14, 06:41 AM
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Posted By kenzd

Exactly what I am thinking. Thank you

Exactly what I am thinking. Thank you
06-18-14, 10:33 PM
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Posted By kenzd

Grounding lug - which kind to use

I need to bond the hot tub to steel post; planning to use bare 8 awg copper, drill a hole in the post and attach bonding lug with a screw and terminate bonding wire in the lug. The installation is...
06-18-14, 10:11 PM
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Posted By kenzd

Thank you. After some additional study of 680, I...

Thank you. After some additional study of 680, I have arrived to same conclusion. I have to say that it is complex to decode of what they were intending to say.
06-10-14, 11:16 AM
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Posted By kenzd

"on the building" means that it will be attached...

"on the building" means that it will be attached to the wall of under the deck shed. The THHN/THWN conductors will be conduit enclosed both inside the building and outside (have not yet decided...
06-10-14, 11:08 AM
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Posted By kenzd

Thank you pcboss. I did meant to say ...

Thank you pcboss.

I did meant to say
"gauge 6 THHN/THWN black+red+white conductorsand gauge 10 THHN/THWN green conductor"
The this THHN/THWN conductors is what I am planning to use...
06-09-14, 04:25 PM
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Posted By kenzd

What about 2014 cycle (MA has adopted 2014)? ...

What about 2014 cycle (MA has adopted 2014)? What are the bonding requirements there?


This is what I see in 680.25.B.1 (Feeders/Grounding/Size):
This conductor shall be sized in accordance...
06-09-14, 01:25 PM
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Posted By kenzd

Thank you. I thought I need to use Table 250.122...

Thank you. I thought I need to use Table 250.122 which says #10 copper for up to 60A. Did I read it wrong? Should I be using 250.66? Or is #8 better practice vs to NEC requirement?



I am...
06-09-14, 12:35 PM
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Posted By kenzd

Thank you very much Ray. It appears that...

Thank you very much Ray.

It appears that there is as a matter of fact the 4 spaces in the disconnect, two of which are occupied by the 40amp double pole for the hot tub, and 2 are available.
...
06-09-14, 12:03 PM
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Posted By kenzd

Hot Tub wiring - addition of outlet

I am looking to install a hot tub. The tub will sit just outside the house with new wiring from the main panel in the house to the new hot tub disconnect.

The installation is in Massachusetts...
05-16-14, 03:24 PM
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Posted By kenzd

Thank you much for the advice. How did you check...

Thank you much for the advice. How did you check that the load center can not use tandems by the model number?

I was trying to confirm it myself, but could not figure it out. Would love to learn...
05-16-14, 11:31 AM
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Posted By kenzd

Adding circuits to Murray 200 amp 40-Space 40-Circuit Main Breaker Load Center

I have Murray 200 amp 40-Space 40-Circuit Main Breaker Load Center LC4040B1200 which currently has 4 open spaces. I need to add the following circuits to it:
- 240V 50A (double poll) - hot tub
-...
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Posted By kenzd

An update on the issue - I went and measured...

An update on the issue - I went and measured resistance of each of 3 sensors and each measures fine. I left it powered on with 2F code (obviously not working) and when I went back to check in few...
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Posted By kenzd

Buderus Logamax plus GB142 gas heater - errors 6A and 2F

Good day.

I have a Buderus Logamax plus GB142 gas heater. It has been having intermittent issues with firing up. The issues started ~ 3 weeks ago.

At first the unit would show 6A error. ...
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