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Storage shed receptacle #10222 06/02/02 07:54 AM
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Frank Cinker Offline OP
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I believe it would be Code compliant to run one underground branch circuit to a storage shed and install a duplex receptacle without driving a ground rod etc. The single branch circuit would of course include an equipment grounding conductor. Am I correct?

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Re: Storage shed receptacle #10223 06/02/02 10:07 AM
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yes

Re: Storage shed receptacle #10224 06/02/02 12:21 PM
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Frank,
Don't forget that 225.31 requires a disconnect at the shed. The exception to 225.38 permits the use of a "snap" switch as the disconnect.
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Re: Storage shed receptacle #10225 06/02/02 07:02 PM
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Frank Cinker Offline OP
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Thank you for replies. I wasn't aware of the disconnect rule Don. A snap switch is certainly easy enough.


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