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Can an aboveground pool pump be fed from a subpanel (240v 4 wire) in a nearby shed that was fed with UF cable?

The wiring to the pump receptacle would be thwn in conduit with an insulated ground.

Thanks for any help with this.


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It seems that 680-25(d) (1) "approved cable assembly with insulated OR COVERED equipment grouunding conductor" would allow it for existing installations.


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