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#82281 - 11/01/02 06:13 AM nec
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listed in index( but not there) three floor limitation of romex , nm nmc nms , 334.12 (a)(1) . has that been removed from the code so its now ok to use romex over three floors ?

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#82282 - 11/01/02 06:21 AM Re: nec
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There are still restrictions, but not strictly limited to height of Building now. Look at 334.10(2) and (3). You have to know the classification of the Building construction now.



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