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  1. 40a. breaker w/ #8 Cu. for range or oven. Just...

    40a. breaker w/ #8 Cu. for range or oven.

    Just a note regarding #6 Cu.
    NEC states it's rated at 55a. and allows a 60a. breaker.
  2. Thanks Terry, I'll also touch base with the local...

    Thanks Terry, I'll also touch base with the local inspector.
    I also called a local plumber and he didn't see a problem going with PVC just more work involved, however he suggested PEX for the cold...
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    I'm also interested in a CSV install .

    I'm also interested in a CSV install .
  4. my guess is Pex ability of expansion from...

    my guess is Pex ability of expansion from freezing temps and numerous PVC glued joints, flexibility of use bowing and bending around structure and possibly HVAC. (just an uneducated guess) Personally...
  5. confused about basement PVC plumbing code

    Being an electrician by trade I wanted post here to find out about running PVC in my basement was up to plumbing code. Thank you for your response.

    What I don't understand is why my neighbor has...
  6. I was going to extend the 1.25 PVC to the new...

    I was going to extend the 1.25 PVC to the new tank location which is now located in a finished basement utility room.
    Will PVC be acceptable across the ceiling in a basement or do I have to plumb it...
  7. There's wiring and a pressure switch on the new...

    There's wiring and a pressure switch on the new tank location.

    Thank you for the information about the transition from PVC to Cu. at POE even though it's in the basement.
    I know my neighbor...
  8. Remodel & Install of New Tank Location w/ Sediment Filtration

    Greetings All.

    New to the forum.

    I'm no expert on the matter but I have a situation I'd like to share with you guys who know more than most...

    Our old Indiana home has a...
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