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Old 10-09-2019, 11:28 AM   #1
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I have not bonded a 1200 amp service in awhile
Do I still use 3/0 or has the new code pushed it up to 250 mcm
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I have not bonded a 1200 amp service in awhile
Do I still use 3/0 or has the new code pushed it up to 250 mcm
If you can charge your customer enough to afford a codebook, google will be your new best friend.
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If we told you the answer you'd never learn how to figure it out for yourself.


I'll give you a headstart though, it's in art. 250.
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