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#106890 - 01/13/01 08:15 PM Working Clearances  
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<p align="center">Submitted by Rick Miell

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This shows a working clearance violation.

The a/c unit was less than 12" away from the wall"


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#106891 - 01/14/01 09:53 AM Re: Working Clearances  
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Whats that hanging off the right side of the disco? A GFI maybe? Hmmmm....


#106892 - 01/14/01 07:48 PM Re: Working Clearances  
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it looks more like a photocell to me. What's that other wire out of the bottom of the EXO?


#106893 - 01/14/01 08:08 PM Re: Working Clearances  
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Maybe the t-stat wire..??



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