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#91486 - 01/19/05 08:16 AM Splicing feeders
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Is it legal to splice a feeder to a sub-panel?
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#91487 - 01/19/05 08:58 AM Re: Splicing feeders
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If you are talking about a Tap refer to 240.21 (B) Check out 240.2 for a definition of a tap also

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#91488 - 01/19/05 10:35 AM Re: Splicing feeders
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If you just mean you are splicing on another wire to extend the feeder I can't think of a reason why you can't assuming listed methods.
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