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Swyftfeet

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#1 posted 04-02-2013 08:30 PM

And if a fire breaks out and they find it due to electrical you’ll likely be footing the bill if it’s not wired to code.

I simple interlock that branches the legs of the circuit so only one of them is getting juice would likely cover the code issue, but you should call the electrical inspector to CYA.

-- Brian


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