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Old 12/19/18, 7:56 PM
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Thanks Roy,
Couldn't find it on there though. I run into this once in a great while and I had that original link in my narrative, weird its just gone now.
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Thanks Chuck, Man your awesome!



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Old 12/19/18, 8:25 PM
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This may be an old thread but it's the first time I recall seeing it, so I went digging for the source document. Pretty interesting.



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Old 12/19/18, 8:29 PM
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2nd or 3rd time I have seen it. the other time was in a room with a hot tub, today (see pic) was a subpanel about 30" above a slab with hydronic heat.
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