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#106071 - 10/01/05 06:38 PM Hotel Jacuzzi
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Enclosed are some pics from a hotel room I stayed at recently where a jacuzzi tub had been added to the room. Existing recepts were left in place approx 2ft from the tub...



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#106072 - 10/02/05 02:59 PM Re: Hotel Jacuzzi
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Just a reminder that the clearance is measured from the inside wall of the tub- an not the edge of whatever is holding the wall up.

How was the jacuzzi, anyway? :-)

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#106073 - 10/03/05 08:27 AM Re: Hotel Jacuzzi
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Jaccuzi was awesome I could charge my cell phone at the side of the tub and yack on it at the same time

(I said I could, not that I did )

~Randy

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#106074 - 10/03/05 08:46 AM Re: Hotel Jacuzzi
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I hope you didn't ruin it and say
"sorry honey, can't use the jacuzzi, the electrical is in violation of the NEC"
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#106075 - 10/03/05 11:41 AM Re: Hotel Jacuzzi
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I don't see a violation. The receptacles are not allowed within the tub space. Those are not.

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#106076 - 10/03/05 03:36 PM Re: Hotel Jacuzzi
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you're right Scott
I was more interested in making a joke than actually "looking" at the picture
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