Bath Electric Code

Discussion in 'Electrical Forum discussion & Blog' started by jerome8283, Apr 18, 2008.

  1. jerome8283

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  2. Speedy Petey

    Speedy Petey Licensed Electrical Contractor

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    Did your question not get answered over at CT?
  3. jerome8283

    jerome8283 New Member

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    I always seek multiple opinions.
  4. ccwenk

    ccwenk New Member

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    I believe that it will depend on your local code. When I rewired my upstairs bath, I was required to have the Fan/Light and the outlet on separate circuits, both GFCI protected. I pulled a new circuit from a GFCI breaker for the fan/light and used the old circuit, which used to power the light and outlet, for two outlets, one GFCI and one run off the load side of the first.
  5. Speedy Petey

    Speedy Petey Licensed Electrical Contractor

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    Where are you located that they required this absurd code?
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