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#128947 - 05/12/04 06:25 PM arc fault breakers
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im new to these arc fault breakers not sure what they are .how they are installed and whats code on them can anyone give me info on them.

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#128948 - 05/24/04 01:54 PM Re: arc fault breakers
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Read Section 210.12 of the NEC.

Info Here

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