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#193372 - 03/29/10 01:26 PM 2 outlets on different circuits in one box?!?!?
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Working on a bid for a new job (workshop) and the customer wants to have 2 20A duplex outlets, each on a differnet branch circuit in each 2 Gang box.

Is this allowable by code? Since the boxes are steel and using EMT conduit would 2 seperate gounds need to be run and connected to each box and duplex outlet or is one sufficient...or....?

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#193374 - 03/29/10 04:12 PM Re: 2 outlets on different circuits in one box?!?!? [Re: stevepsd]
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#193375 - 03/29/10 05:30 PM Re: 2 outlets on different circuits in one box?!?!? [Re: Tesla]
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Please locate a licensed electrical contractor in your area.

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