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#98725 - 02/24/05 06:52 PM 210.4(B)
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Now we are required to use a means to disconnect(at the circuit origin) all ungrounded conductors at the same time for multiwire circuits feeding the same yoke in other that dwellings.(210.4(B)2005 NEC)

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#98726 - 02/25/05 04:54 PM Re: 210.4(B)
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That is no change.
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#98727 - 02/25/05 06:05 PM Re: 210.4(B)
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The change is they expanded the rule beyond "dwelling units".
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