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#79610 - 01/08/02 05:57 PM Point Of Attachment
frodo Offline
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Registered: 05/16/01
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Hi,
I am looking for some input regarding the point of attachment for service entrance conductors. everything i read says that the point of attachment should be below the weatherhead. if i look around it seems that almost all services (residential) are attched above.

the code only allows the point of attachment to be above the weatherhead in some cases.

-regards

frodo

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#79611 - 01/08/02 06:13 PM Re: Point Of Attachment
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frodo,
your right & most i see here are wrong also.

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