GFI not required, but no harm is done in using one. As for being on a separate circuit, it's kind of hard to run a hair dryer on a 240v. circuit, so the heate...
renosteinkeMember since 02/17/03
This is not, by itself, a hazard. In years past, code allowed a smaller ground wire; sheathed electrical cable was manufactured that way. This practice is ...
NEC 422.12 requires central heating equipment to have its' own circuit. This circuit can be used for associated pumps, fans, etc., but for nothing else. The s...
Consider knocking down the house & starting over- there are certain to be more issues than just grounding.