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#118136 08/13/04 12:17 AM
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Customer wanted to know why I wouldn't hook the SO cord he'd connected to his spa into his panel..... 50A 240V 8/4 SO cord....

-Randy
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#118137 08/13/04 05:45 AM
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Randy, if for nothing else, PRIDE!!!!!

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#118138 08/13/04 03:20 PM
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If for nothing else, beyond the obvious here
680.42(A)(2) this thing was about 40' from the panel.. and he wanted it "hardwired" into the panel....
Then the fact that I don't want this guy's death on my conscience,
Then pride! [Linked Image]

-Randy


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