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#112415 - 06/16/01 06:33 PM Code Books
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Registered: 10/07/00
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Loc: NY, USA

Checking all the aluminum terminations in the complex, as there was a burnout in one of the units. To get to this loadcenter, I had to move:

1. A pile of rags on top of

2. 2 - nearly full 5 gallon buckets of printers ink, both without lids (red flammable labels). next to

3. An electric heater, still plugged in even though it's 95ยบ.

4. 2 boxes, 1 containing copies of the NEC, the other full of Cal-Osha Safety Manuals.
Fortunately the aluminum was OK, and the landlord requires fire insurance.


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#112416 - 06/19/01 03:23 AM Re: Code Books
sparky Offline

Registered: 10/18/00
Posts: 5545
this must be the #1 violation of the NEC, in particular because one does not need any tools.

maybe you should cut out 110-26 and paste it on the panel door????


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