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#112334 - 05/27/01 11:34 AM What's Wrong Here?  
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Give the rules in the NEC that can be used to cite the violation here.


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#112335 - 05/28/01 09:53 PM Re: What's Wrong Here?  
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410-57(b)

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#112336 - 05/29/01 12:26 PM Re: What's Wrong Here?  
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410-57(b) Wet Locations.

1. A receptacle installed in a wet location where the product intended to be plugged into it is not attended while in use (e.g., sprinkler system controllers, landscape lighting, holiday lights, etc.) shall have an enclosure that is weatherproof with the attachment plug cap inserted or removed.


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