Thanks. Let me rephrase that, I am not sure I explained it right and I am not sure I understand 200.6 (e).
We use tons of MC cable. Given a 4/C 12, that has "bk-r-bl-gn" in in it where used as a 120 V circuit will have the "BL" marked as a Neutral with Scotch 35 White phase tape.
Is this a violation?
Are you saying that it is permissable to re-identify a conductor smaller than a #8 of any color to white?
I was thinking that anything smaller than a #8 could not be re-identified at all. Say you have a black #12, can you reidentify it to a neutral?
Sorry for the confusion.
Edited by windmiller (08/05/07 05:33 PM)
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