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Disconnect for Outbuildings #62815
02/28/06 09:45 PM
02/28/06 09:45 PM
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RobbieD  Offline OP
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Hi, I am in Canada but I was just curious about the NEC requirements.

Do you have a requirement to have a means of disconnect in all outbuildings that have electrical power in them?
No meter, just fed off another building underground. Say one circuit coming from you house to a shed that has a light and some receptacles.

Thanks

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Re: Disconnect for Outbuildings #62816
02/28/06 11:10 PM
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Yes, article 225.31


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