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#112111 - 03/08/01 08:24 PM A Brown Outlet?
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Who would put in a Brown Outlet?



Hey Joe, you can't see it but the ground slot is up!

Note: This is NOT a real installation

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#112112 - 03/08/01 09:11 PM Re: A Brown Outlet?
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Would this be considered a wet location only above freezing?
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#112113 - 03/08/01 09:39 PM Re: A Brown Outlet?
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I wonder if you dug deep enough down if you'd find a current bush?

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#112114 - 03/09/01 01:56 AM Re: A Brown Outlet?
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Not enough clearance in front of the frozen receptacle and non compliance with 410-57.
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#112115 - 03/09/01 01:56 AM Re: A Brown Outlet?
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[This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited 03-23-2001).]
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#112116 - 03/23/01 05:26 PM Re: A Brown Outlet?
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.....Yeah, but it's a DRY ice!

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