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Old 04-15-2012, 11:04 AM   #1
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An i put up these normal fixtures in these locations??
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Old 04-15-2012, 11:10 AM   #2
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Not while your Smoking....

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Not while your Smoking....
Harry is right, that guy smoking has offended me and I need to be compensated, if not by Cletis by the Government.

I think $1,000.00 per day for life should cover the trauma.
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It seems like everytime I see him he has a cigarette in his mouth. Sometimes lit, sometimes not.
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Harry is right, that guy smoking has offended me and I need to be compensated, if not by Cletis by the Government.

I think $1,000.00 per day for life should cover the trauma.
Plus he is working in an underwear shirt that really is disgusting..
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It seems like everytime I see him he has a cigarette in his mouth. Sometimes lit, sometimes not.
Just take them away from him...
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410.10(A) All those pics are examples of damp locations. i don't see anything wrong with it, however technically those fixtures would have to be listed damp.

An example of a damp loc. is roofed open porches and carports.

"Some inspectors consider the area within a 45 deg. angle from a roof line or overhang to be a damp loc. & outside the 45 deg. angle to be a wet location." Electrical Wiring-Residential.

BTW, what the heck kind of lighting orb is that above the garage door?
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Obviously you can, because you did.
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Who designed the fixtures inline of the panel seam moldings ? That was stupid.
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410.10(A) All those pics are examples of damp locations. i don't see anything wrong with it, however technically those fixtures would have to be listed damp.

An example of a damp loc. is roofed open porches and carports.

"Some inspectors consider the area within a 45 deg. angle from a roof line or overhang to be a damp loc. & outside the 45 deg. angle to be a wet location." Electrical Wiring-Residential.

BTW, what the heck kind of lighting orb is that above the garage door?
Its a motion sensor fixture

That was not my design putting lights between wood strips
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Not sure that is the proper use of that ladder. Lolis that the official Cletis elec. shirts?
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Not sure that is the proper use of that ladder. Lolis that the official Cletis elec. shirts?

This is clearly a posed photo, no way that guy is a real electrician, more likely a hand model.
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Will these shirts be available for purchase?
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Will these shirts be available for purchase?
Yes. They have multi purpose applications:

-Wife Beater Shirt

- Cletis Electric Employee Shirts

- NASCAR blend in with crowd shirts

- Sexy nightware
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My guess is they were wired for the possibility of ceiling fans or heavy fixtures. They're probably fan rated boxes or pancakes direct to the bottom of the joists. They could of figured out something better in my opinion though.
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Is that the guy with the girl in the car?
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Absolutely, and they should be flagged and removed for replacement with something that's:

a. UL listed for use in damp locations

2. not butt-ugly.
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NEC 2008

410.10 Luminaires in Specific Locations.

(A) Wet and Damp Locations. Luminaires installed in
wet or damp locations shall be installed such that water
cannot enter or accumulate in wiring compartments, lampholders,
or other electrical parts. All luminaires installed in
wet locations shall be marked, “Suitable for Wet Locations.”
All luminaires installed in damp locations shall be
marked “Suitable for Wet Locations” or “Suitable for
Damp Locations.”

(B) Corrosive Locations. Luminaires installed in corrosive
locations shall be of a type suitable for such locations.

(C) In Ducts or Hoods. Luminaires shall be permitted to
be installed in commercial cooking hoods where all of the
following conditions are met:

(1) The luminaire shall be identified for use within commercial
cooking hoods and installed such that the temperature
limits of the materials used are not exceeded.

(2) The luminaire shall be constructed so that all exhaust
vapors, grease, oil, or cooking vapors are excluded
from the lamp and wiring compartment. Diffusers shall
be resistant to thermal shock.

(3) Parts of the luminaire exposed within the hood shall be
corrosion resistant or protected against corrosion, and
the surface shall be smooth so as not to collect deposits
and to facilitate cleaning.

(4) Wiring methods and materials supplying the luminaire(
s) shall not be exposed within the cooking hood.

FPN: See 110.11 for conductors and equipment exposed to
deteriorating agents.

(D) Bathtub and Shower Areas. No parts of cordconnected
luminaires, chain-, cable-, or cord-suspended luminaires,
lighting track, pendants, or ceiling-suspended
(paddle) fans shall be located within a zone measured
900 mm (3 ft) horizontally and 2.5 m (8 ft) vertically from
the top of
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