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#90366 11/18/04 01:31 PM
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Hi,
How many outdoor outlets are required for a residence?

-regards

Mustang

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#90367 11/18/04 01:50 PM
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Code only requires two. Code reference 210.52(E)


George Little
#90368 11/18/04 02:25 PM
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Don't forget 210.63, If one of the two that are required by 52 (E) happen to be further than 25' from such eq. additional outlets may be required.

charlie

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