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bathroom circuits #196760
10/26/10 07:07 PM
10/26/10 07:07 PM
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crselectric  Offline OP
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albany, ca
do all bathrooms need there own receptacle circuits, can I put 2 baths on one circuit, the lighting will be on its own, but can I put four recept.s on one 20 amp? I thought I read it was ok?

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Re: bathroom circuits [Re: crselectric] #196761
10/26/10 07:17 PM
10/26/10 07:17 PM
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One circuit that feeds nothing but bathroom receptacles is OK, see 210.11(C)(3)


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Re: bathroom circuits [Re: Tom] #196762
10/26/10 07:41 PM
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Ah there it is, thanks chris


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