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#101979 - 05/10/04 07:05 PM Service in a non perament Shed
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I have a customer that wants a service installed in a shed that he uses for storage and some machancal work in a non permament Shed I am trying to figure out what to classifie this building as. The meter base will go on a pole and dip into the building under ground. I am wondering if I would need a disconnect on the pole as well as a main breaker combination panel. Just having problems as to what code section i should be looking at.

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#101980 - 05/11/04 05:03 PM Re: Service in a non perament Shed
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Well called the inspector this morning and no disconnect is required.
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#101981 - 05/21/04 03:05 AM Re: Service in a non perament Shed
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Hey Doug,
Why was this not taken off as a Sub-Main from the house?
Assuming there is a house nearby that is owned by the guy?
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#101982 - 05/21/04 03:06 AM Re: Service in a non perament Shed
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Define Non-Permenant?.
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