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I have tried to find in the NEC where the prohibition on extending 2 wire circuits is (we are under the 99 code)? I must be blind or I'm missing it, so I'm sure the fine crew here can help me. I felt pretty confident on finding code references but this one has me stumped. Is it maybe an implied thing I'm missing? Thanks guys.

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spkjpr,
you might find this in part 7 of 250, 'Methods of Equipment Grounding'

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Thanks, sparky. That is the area I thought it was in, reread it and now I'm clearer on it.


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