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#22793 - 03/03/03 03:22 PM pool motors&bonding
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Users: I hope that I can clarify the issue on pool bonding. My main concerns: Above ground pools that are storable verses permanantly installed, above grounds. The code gives specific information on bonding of permanent pools, My question is , are they referring ot aove ground ans if so how do u do this. I see no way to bond an above ground. Now then the motor & pumps are different for storable and pemanent. where is the fine line?

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#22794 - 03/04/03 03:48 AM Re: pool motors&bonding
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Chuck, Since you are the 'ahj', maybe you should seek help on is matter with your other fellow 'ahj' or more superior ranking members you work with. it is a touchy subject.
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