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chiefns830
I am looking for examples of residential panel schedules where:   "we may understand the circuit identification (inspectors, plans examiners, those in the trades, etc.) but the homeowner probably wouldn't understand the circuit identification"   If you run across any or can think of any, please post them here. Thanks in advance.
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richy
Do NFPA Codes or regulations mention the need for an emergency telephone for public swimming pools be available?
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todd.lalley
Hubble Plug Testing.    I have a customer that currently uses a standard probe to test a 220 Hubble (water tight) plug that has been wired in by an electrician at the box/panel.  They are testing for common voltage and other "QA" items prior to plugging into their equipment.   What are the requirements for PPE for
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hsmith4
I work in higher education where older buildings have dry transformers in spaces regularly used by occupants.  I understand the requirements for clearances around panels and storage in dedicated electrical spaces, but I want to know if any code requirements exist for transformers and switches.  Please see the following
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samverabennett
I had ask You questions about this some time ago. I have 3 16 story occupied  buildings that were designed and installed in the early eighties. Two have standpipes only and the third one is sprinkled. All three are connected to one common fire pump.. The old fire pump needed replacing and when we applied for permit the AHJ says we have to
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