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A customer of mine wants an exhaust fan directly above their shower. The ceiling is recessed about 1 foot lower than the rest of the bathroom (I have pretty good attic access). I was going to splice on an existing 20amp GFI circuit. Or should I install the fan outside of the shower? I have not pulled any wires yet. Any advice would be appreciated!

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Ian,

Sparky sent this over for you;

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Bill
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Thank you Bill [Linked Image]

That's a Broan unit...
Groan if your poundin' out condo's

Ian, look @ 210.11(C)3 EX
I forget what code cycle it was, but i had the impression that the trade had been scabbing off of the load side for a while before the change.
I do load side for shower recessed too, haven't found it in the instructions as yet....
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[This message has been edited by sparky (edited 12-15-2001).]


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