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Re: Follow-up Billy Bob Electrical Question

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Stan in Oly, WA

06-19-2013 16:03:05

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I can see where you wouldn't want to get any building code enforcement related people involved in an issue like, for instance, running a bunch of individual strands of wire---some braided, some solid---through an undersized, underground conduit to add up to a single larger conductor. I might even be somewhat reluctant to ask that kind of question online---not because of paranoia about my local government, but for fear of being scolded and ridiculed by my peers. But the proper location of a GFCI appliance seems like something your local electrical inspector would be glad to tell you over the phone. I'd even be interested in finding out whether my local building department employed reasonable people and had realistic policies, or unreasonable people and unrealistic policies. If they told me that they couldn't even answer my question unless I had a permit to change a regular outlet to a GFCI, then I'd know, wouldn't I?


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Ultradog MN

06-21-2013 05:29:39

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 Re: Follow-up Billy Bob Electrical Question in reply to Stan in Oly, WA, 06-19-2013 16:03:05  
"but for fear of being scolded and ridiculed..."

My father passed away years ago. Mother too.
I am not married.
There is no one whose scolding or ridicule I fear.

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