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    Since when do Electricians care about saving...

    Since when do Electricians care about saving money? :)




    Again, true, however, I always choose ampacity according to the breaker size not the appliance load.

    He, could probably get away...
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    True, but that's right on the border. I would...

    True, but that's right on the border. I would run #6 on a 50Amp circuit, especially if a longer run.

    KC
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    Well, you can't put a plug on the flex, either...

    Well, you can't put a plug on the flex, either straight blade or twist lock. You would have to replace the flex with cord.

    It should be hard wired to a box. Six feet should be enough to move the...
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    Correct, The Neutral/White (Grounded Conductor),...

    Correct, The Neutral/White (Grounded Conductor), and the EGC/Green (Equipment Grounding Conductor), should ONLY be bonded at the Main Panel.




    Sorry, my bad. I meant EGC [Equipment...
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    The grounding Electrode system is for lightning...

    The grounding Electrode system is for lightning protection not fault clearing.

    If your detached building has no metal connection to the main building, water, gas, conduit, etc, it was acceptable...
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    The reason that you cannot bond the Neutral to...

    The reason that you cannot bond the Neutral to the subpanel is simple. The Neutral is a Current Carrying Conductor and the Equipment Grounding Conductor, (EGC), should only carry current for fault...
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