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#83880 - 02/23/03 01:47 PM Minimum height of Receptacle  
JoeRossi  Offline
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Does anyone know where in the 2002 Code it states where the minimum height of a receptacle is in a dwelling? I remember from school that it is 6" but I can not find it. Thanks for the help.


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#83881 - 02/23/03 02:16 PM Re: Minimum height of Receptacle  
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I do not believe there are any minimums.
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#83882 - 02/23/03 09:18 PM Re: Minimum height of Receptacle  
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No minimum. You could put them in the floor if you wanted to.



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