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    Just a thought make sure you use the voltage...

    Just a thought make sure you use the voltage setting on the meter and not the continuity (ohms/resistance) setting. You would burn your meter up at the very least and could cause the battery to...
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    Maybe he was thinking about a subpanel feeding...

    Maybe he was thinking about a subpanel feeding swimming pool equipment or a panel or disconnect feeding equipment on artificial or natural bodies of water, which does require an insulated ground in...
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    How deep is this above ground pool?

    How deep is this above ground pool?
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    680.25 Feeders. These provisions shall apply to...

    680.25 Feeders. These provisions shall apply to any feeder
    on the supply side of panelboards supplying branch circuits
    for pool equipment covered in Part II of this article and on
    the load side of...
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    TW is rated for 25 A in the 60 degree column. #12...

    TW is rated for 25 A in the 60 degree column. #12 is limited elsewhere in the code to 20 A. You would only have a problem if you had TW running in the pipe with the THHN/THWN conductors due to the...
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    You use the 90 degree column from table 310.16...

    You use the 90 degree column from table 310.16 for your derating. #12 is good for 30 amp in the 90 degree column.
    So it would be 30 x 70% = 21Amp you can use a 20 a breaker.
    A larger conduit does...
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    NM cable nor UF cable are approved for use on at...

    NM cable nor UF cable are approved for use on at or going to boat docks! Call an electrician!
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    Your finished product would look like this

    Your finished product would look like this
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    This is a box by arlington Ive had excellent...

    This is a box by arlington Ive had excellent sucess chipping out mortar and one brick and installing in the brick.
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    No What you are talking about doing would not be...

    No What you are talking about doing would not be code compliant!
  11. Sorry been gone for a couple of days. Yes that...

    Sorry been gone for a couple of days. Yes that looks like SER cable. Not sure about the area you were trying to go around for boxing. I was speaking of framing out the area and covering with drywall....
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    Is there a laundry tub within 6' of this rec? A...

    Is there a laundry tub within 6' of this rec?
    A 15 A duplex is ok on a 20A cir. which gfci's are.
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    Twist your groundg together for approx 3" (best...

    Twist your groundg together for approx 3" (best to go past face of box), slide crimp on , crimp , leave about 3" out of crimp to attach to your devices.
  14. I would personally use SER cable, no pipe...

    I would personally use SER cable, no pipe needed! Yuo would need a cable clamp at the box per Article 312.5(C). Also you could frame a small chase to protect the wire.
    Who is doing the work you...
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    Take the recessed can down and check the...

    Take the recessed can down and check the junctions in the j-box, espically the neutral connections. If you have one that is not made up properly they have been known to blow bulbs with spikes.
  16. Nope No Problem.

    Nope No Problem.
  17. If you are talking about caulking, it would...

    If you are talking about caulking, it would probably be better to use Duct Seal putty.
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    Quote from one site with the story. "On the...

    Quote from one site with the story.

    "On the one hand, the implications could be far-reaching," he said. "Home repair is one of those things that you can't learn out of a book. You need to be...
  19. Looking forward to the pics.

    Looking forward to the pics.
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    What is the second timer for? Why would you...

    What is the second timer for?
    Why would you bypass the aquastat with your second timer?
    Are these timers mechanical or electronic?
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    Thanks for pointing that out Speedy Petey. Mel

    Thanks for pointing that out Speedy Petey.
    Mel
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    Your pictures are of Three way switches, the...

    Your pictures are of Three way switches, the black screw is your common terminal. In your first picture you see the wire in the bottom is looped around the black screw. That is your power feed so the...
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    For 2008 NEC, Article 334.80 for Ampacity of NM...

    For 2008 NEC, Article 334.80 for Ampacity of NM cable states.

    Where more than two NM cables containing two or more current-carrying conductors installed, without maintaining spacing between...
  24. You can try a product from Arlington Part # BE-1....

    You can try a product from Arlington Part # BE-1. its designed for boxes that are to far back in the wall. They make the distance code compliant for combustable wall finish also.
  25. NEC 2008 and 2005 Article 200.7(A)(2) states ...

    NEC 2008 and 2005 Article 200.7(A)(2) states

    (2) Where a cable assembly contains an insulated conductor
    for single-pole, 3-way or 4-way switch loops and
    the conductor with white or gray...
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