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Really "Cut in Box" #109695
11/24/05 09:19 AM
11/24/05 09:19 AM
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Re: Really "Cut in Box" #109696
11/24/05 12:58 PM
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Well, as long as the copper pipe is grounded.

*sarcasm

I mean, who does this and walks away and says that's good?

Re: Really "Cut in Box" #109697
11/24/05 04:04 PM
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HLCbuild  Offline
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Herndon,Va USA
Does that pipe add 2.25 CI to the calculations?

Re: Really "Cut in Box" #109698
11/24/05 08:17 PM
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That pipe needs to be grounded with an approved ground clamp. Section 666.13(H) "All water pipes running thru boxes shall be grounded to the EGC with an approved ground clamp"... [Linked Image]

Re: Really "Cut in Box" #109699
11/24/05 09:11 PM
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Thomasville, NC USA
At least the hole in the wall is neatly cut.


John
Re: Really "Cut in Box" #109700
11/25/05 07:02 AM
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George Corron  Offline
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Lorton, Va USA
HOW in the WORLD do you guys keep getting in MY house to take these pics?????
I just GOTTA get better rat traps.

Re: Really "Cut in Box" #109701
11/25/05 04:38 PM
11/25/05 04:38 PM
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Hmmm... Deja Vu from a job I did a while back in LA

Maybe installed by the same person [Linked Image]

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Re: Really "Cut in Box" #109702
11/25/05 08:37 PM
11/25/05 08:37 PM
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What's that in the top left corner???
Looks like a staple thru the 12/2??

John


John
Re: Really "Cut in Box" #109703
11/25/05 09:31 PM
11/25/05 09:31 PM
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Man, this character really must get around.
Coming soon to remodel by you!!

From Renosteinke


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Re: Really "Cut in Box" #109704
11/27/05 10:01 AM
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Well, I've heard that plumbing does have the right of way. Somehow I don't think this is what they had in mind [Linked Image]

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