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#110694 - 06/07/06 04:41 PM Extension Cords Above Ceiling
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This was in a local mall. Yes, that is a water stain around the outlet.

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#110695 - 06/10/06 01:20 PM Re: Extension Cords Above Ceiling
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Alan,
Is that an Emergency light unit?.
Them T-Bar ceiling grids aren't exactly known for thier smooth edges, especially at the ends, where they are joined.
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#110696 - 06/10/06 09:06 PM Re: Extension Cords Above Ceiling
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400.8 USES NOT PERMITTED

(2) Where run through holes in wall, structural ceilings, suspended ceilings, dropped ceilings, or floors.
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#110697 - 06/11/06 10:32 AM Re: Extension Cords Above Ceiling
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Yes that is an emergency light pac. for the mall.
The wanted them cord connected for easy repalcement and the "inspector" made them put the outlets below the ceiling instead of above where they wanted them.
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