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#95397 - 09/12/05 01:22 PM Closet Lighting  
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I guess I have been pushing a pencil to long.
If I am understanding 410.8(D) correctly, I can install a recessed incandescent fixture so long as it is enclosed (ie: recessed fixture with a glass lens?) and has 6" clearence from any storage space


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#95398 - 09/12/05 02:05 PM Re: Closet Lighting  
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(3) Recessed incandescent luminaires (fixtures) with a completely enclosed lamp installed in the wall or the ceiling, provided there is a minimum clearance of 150 mm (6 in.) between the luminaire (fixture) and the nearest point of a storage space


Looks like that is what it is saying to me.
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