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If anyone has the 2014 pdf would you be so kind and check article 680.25(A)(1) exception. My pdf copy does not have the exception at all but it is clearly there in the 2014 NEC
 

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680.25 Feeders. These provisions shall apply to any feeder on the supply side of panelboards supplying branch circuits for pool equipment covered in Part II of this article and on the load side of the service equipment or the source of a separately derived system.
(A) Wiring Methods.
(1) Feeders. Feeders shall be installed in rigid metal conduit or intermediate metal conduit. The following wiring methods shall be permitted if not subject to physical damage:
(1) 
Liquidtight flexible nonmetallic conduit
(2) 
Rigid polyvinyl chloride conduit
(3) 
Reinforced thermosetting resin conduit
(4) 
Electrical metallic tubing where installed on or within a building
(5) 
Electrical nonmetallic tubing where installed within a building
(6) 
Type MC cable where installed within a building and if not subject to corrosive environment
Exception:  A feeder within a one-family dwelling unit or two-family dwelling unit between remote panelboard and service equipment shall be permitted to run in flexible metal conduit or an approved cable assembly that includes an insulated equipment grounding conductor within its outer sheath. The equipment grounding conductor shall comply with 250.24(A)(5).
(2) Aluminum Conduit. Aluminum conduit shall not be permitted in the pool area where subject to corrosion.
(B) Grounding. An equipment grounding conductor shall be installed with the feeder conductors between the grounding terminal of the pool equipment panelboard and the grounding terminal of the applicable service equipment or source of a separately derived system. For other than (1) existing feeders covered in 680.25(A), exception, or (2) feeders to separate buildings that do not utilize an insulated equipment grounding conductor in accordance with 680.25(B)(2), this equipment grounding conductor shall be insulated.
(1) Size. This conductor shall be sized in accordance with 250.122 but not smaller than 12 AWG. On separately derived systems, this conductor shall be sized in accordance with 250.30(A)(3) but not smaller than 8 AWG.
(2) Separate Buildings. A feeder to a separate building or structure shall be permitted to supply swimming pool equipment branch circuits, or feeders supplying swimming pool equipment branch circuits, if the grounding arrangements in the separate building meet the requirements in 250.32(B).
 

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Is that it Dennis ?

That's from the phone app.
Yes I know what it says but the exception is not in my pdf version of the NEC-- don't know how that happened. I sent a note to nfpa
 

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The errata states to delete the exception
 
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