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#85767 - 08/04/03 08:25 PM MR. STEAM  
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HAS ANYONE INSTALLED THE LOW VOLTAGE CONTROLS FOR ONE OF THESE STEAM UNITS IN A SHOWER AND IS IT ALLOWED?
STEAM ROOMS ARE DAMP LOCALS AND SHOWERS ARE WET-?


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#85768 - 08/04/03 08:33 PM Re: MR. STEAM  
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sure, but the 'controls' that come with the steam unit are 'listed' to be in a shower.

last one i installed also nixxed a gfi...

go figger!



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