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  1. Canadian Electrical Forum
    Hey all, Brother and I were having a discussion about a receptacle that I will be installing at a job for a welder. We are running 6/3 NMD, on 50 amp OCPD, with a 6-50 receptacle.(6/3 if for futureproofing. We run a neutral most of the time, so that a 14-50 can be installed in the future)...
  2. NEC Code Forum
    Where is it stated in the nec how many wires are required for a oven/ range circuit.
  3. Canadian Electrical Forum
    Hi there all, I recently did a kitchen reno and like a noob I made sure to put a counter receptacle in the middle of and behind the range. Its a flat electrical range (over the range microwave there as well). So because it's one of the new flat ranges, the receptacle is just sitting there in...
  4. General Electrical Discussion
    I recently took a picture of an electrical panel to an inspector and the question came up of an uninsulated circuit conductor being used as a neutral. (Probably an old range and dryer circuit.) To me it looks like this is not a problem for an existing circuit. - See exception NEC 250.140...
  5. Canadian Electrical Forum
    Hello. I am running two 3/4" emt conduits from my 100A electrical panel in my basement to my garage. Conduit #1 3/4 emt. For range in my garage. It will have 3 x #8's and a #10 ground. ( I know the conduit is a ground but I am making this redundant) Conduit #2 3/4 emt 220V tablesaw...
  6. General Electrical Discussion
    First off, I am new to this forum so I am not sure if this is where I should post this, so please bare with me here. I have removed an old range that had three wires rather then the new (3) and (4) metal prongs that were attached to the back of my old range. However, my New range has (4)...
  7. Residential Electrical Forum
    Hi all. This should be my last question on range branch circuits, seeing as they have be answered by the knowledge trades people on this informative forum. Here is my question: 4-ranges @ 10Kw; 4-ranges @ 11.5; 3-ranges @14kw and 6-ranges @ 15 kw. What is the combined demand factor. I do not...
  8. Residential Electrical Forum
    Hi. First I would like to say this is the most responsive forum I have been on and i would like to thank all of you knowledge tradesman, with that being said, I have a question. I was checking over my sheet and noticed some things. My teacher did not really clear this up for me, but, i know...
  9. General Electrical Discussion
    What does the NEC Code say about hard-wiring a 220v electrical oven/range. I know many older houses are hard-wired and now the perferred method is a 4-wire/prong outlet. Is it still acceptable by code standards to hard-wire the range? Please provide NEC referrences. Thank you in advance for your...
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