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Old 03-22-2013, 02:18 PM   #15
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I too have plenty of space below the beds in and around the wheel wells and on through the cabinets with the closet and yet to be designed shower stall so no romex would be exposed directly I also have 6 inches opened up for floor repairs in the bath. I have a converter in route from Best Converter and tanks from Ronco.

I also have a good portion of the frame exposed with much of the belly pan cut away which are other options I guess.

Thanks for the help It will help me greatly or the help from a friend to understand things.

Thanks

Tony

Rogue River, Oregon
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Old 03-23-2013, 09:14 AM   #16
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idroba, Thanks for your detailed explanation for your statement on running 2 circuits the way I outlined it. I knew you could do better than "you'll have to trust me on this". While I am not arguing with the theory you presented, I am saying that as usual theory and reality many times do not coincide. Your defense of electrical inspectors, while commendable, is unearned in many cases. Fortunately for consumers the increased use of AFI and GFI circuits has largely nullified the use of this type of circuit. Again, I appreciate your input.
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