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Tap Conductors #4822
10/19/01 06:52 PM
10/19/01 06:52 PM
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Frank Cinker  Offline OP
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Does the NEC permit tap conductors to be tapped? If so, what is the code section. I couldn't find anything one way or another in Article 240.

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Re: Tap Conductors #4823
10/19/01 08:23 PM
10/19/01 08:23 PM
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Nope.

It doesn't quite say so in plain English, but look at the last sentence of 240-21.

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