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#125872 - 01/20/04 05:11 AM 110.26(A)(3) ... 6 inches beyond the front of the electrical equipment.
Joe Tedesco Offline
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What if it extended 7-10 inches?

Would you accept it?



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110.26(A)(3) Height of Working Space ..... Within the height requirements of this section, other equipment that is associated with the electrical installation and is located above or below the electrical equipment shall be permitted to extend not more than 150 mm (6 in.) beyond the front of the electrical equipment.
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#125873 - 01/20/04 07:23 AM Re: 110.26(A)(3) ... 6 inches beyond the front of the electrical equipment.
Redsy Offline
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7" - probably
10" - depending on aggravation factor to re-work it
18" - not


Where does one draw the line?

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