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#99327 06/09/05 01:16 PM
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I have yet to go out and get a 2005 book as we still have about 6 months before we change over to 2005. (yeah I know I should start now allready, but cash has been very tight since April 15 if you know what I mean), I have heard elsewhere that we will be required to put a handle tie breaker on all multiwire circuits. Is this the case?

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#99328 06/09/05 04:04 PM
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210.4(B) basically just removed the words "in dwelling units". It still says "on the same yoke" so if your multiwire goes to separate devices it doesn't need the handle tie.


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