# Help with adding outlets

Refer to Articles 210, 220, 310, and 314, also Chapter 3 for wiring methods in the 2002 One and Two Family Electrical Code available from www.nfpa...

Refer to Articles 210, 220, 310, and 314, also Chapter 3 for wiring methods in the 2002 One and Two Family Electrical Code available from www.nfpa...

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ViewsRefer to Article 250 in the 2002 One and Two Family Electrical Code available from www.nfpa.org

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ViewsWhat's Wrong Here?.

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Viewshttp://www.ul.com/media/newsrel/nr102903.html [This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited October 30, 2003).]

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ViewsThe size (cubic inch capacity) of the existing device box in accordance with rules in NEC Article 314 or 370 will be necessary. The number of wires...

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ViewsBe sure to comply with 300.14 in the NEC calling for a full 3 inches of unspliced conductors beyond the edge of the box, if an extension box is use...

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ViewsThis question can be answered by the electric utility company. The equipment is required to be suitable for their available FAULT CURRENT.

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ViewsI have noticed some postings on this site that have disturbed me somewhat. There are a few members posting advice, which is fine as long as this ad...

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ViewsLook here for answers and diagrams on 3-way and 4-way switches. http://www.wfu.edu/~matthews/courses/p230/switches.html

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ViewsYes, if the following rules are not observed! quote:410.65 Temperature.(A) Combustible Material. Luminaires (fixtures) shall be installed so that a...

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ViewsRead this UL Report! http://www.ul.com/media/newsrel/nr082103.html

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ViewsSome of the questions are asked many times and the Electrical Archive has been avaulable for their review. Look down on the right of this page and ...

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