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#83031 - 01/02/03 06:07 PM 210.11
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As I understand 2002 nec in 210.11.(3) it is saying as long as I don't leave the bathroom, I can put for example, lighting, exhaust fan on this circuit?

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#83032 - 01/02/03 07:24 PM Re: 210.11
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Yup.

As long as the non-receptacle loads in the bath fall within the permissible loads of 210.23(A) and the 20A circuit is used for no other bath(s).

Al
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#83033 - 01/02/03 07:29 PM Re: 210.11
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Thanks Al!

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