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#206030 05/12/12 03:06 AM
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Im dealing with tripping AFCI's with blower motors on the circuit. I would imagine the motor and AFCI industry has implemented standards to prevent this. Is anyone aware of such standards? Could save me a bit of time tracking them down, Thanx!

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I have to ask, why are there 'blower motors' on an AFCI protected circuit?



John

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