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#23804 - 03/27/03 05:58 PM ground fault on a roof
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hello i have quick question for ya! a rec. on a roof of a commrcial building does it need to be gfi protected? is more then 10' off the ground but the buildin steel is grounded 210-63 it just says that there has to be a rec with in 25 " anyhelp wuld be great...

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#23805 - 03/27/03 06:04 PM Re: ground fault on a roof
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FPN after 210.63 tells you to check 210.8 for gfi requirements. 210.8 (B) (2) "Rooftops"


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