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#29205 - 09/10/03 07:46 PM So, are any codes being broken here?
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#29206 - 09/11/03 02:48 AM Re: So, are any codes being broken here?
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Isn't there a code that the paper should feed from the 'top' of the roll?

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#29207 - 09/11/03 09:28 AM Re: So, are any codes being broken here?
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Is that the old single gang plaster ring with a handy box switch plate solution?

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#29208 - 09/11/03 02:33 PM Re: So, are any codes being broken here?
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Under the old code, you could not support fixtures from conduit. (Fixtures are fixtures, but the new code now calls them luminaires, because fixtures could also include plumbing items, such as toilets, basins, tissue holders, etc...)

Great photo Sven.

"www.boners.com"???????What's with dat?

Rick Miell

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#29209 - 09/11/03 02:46 PM Re: So, are any codes being broken here?
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i wasn't aware of any requirement to bond the mountain money to the electrical system?looks like it will work.

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#29210 - 09/11/03 08:26 PM Re: So, are any codes being broken here?
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Did you surf through the rest of the site? It's just a wacky collection of weird and off-the-wall pictures....some of them probably doctored...

(Warning): I would most likely usher the kids out of the room for some though. They're not gruesome....but maybe inappropriate for very young eyes.

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