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When using two-wire cable to feed a 240-V appliance that does not require a neutral wire, you should A. mark both ends of the white wire green. B. use the cable as is. C. use only the black wire. D. mark both ends and any exposed area of the white wire black.
When using two-wire cable to feed a 240-V appliance that does not require a neutral wire, you should mark both ends and any exposed area of the white wire black.
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When using two-wire cable to feed a 240-V appliance that does not require a neutral wire, you should mark both ends and any exposed area of the white wire black.
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Which type of circuit is becoming more common in residential electrical design and construction? A. Hazardous-area circuit B. Three-phase circuit C. 480-volt circuit D. Communication circuit
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Communication circuit is becoming more common in residential electrical design and construction.
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Which type of circuit is becoming more common in residential electrical design and construction? A. Hazardous-area circuit B. Three-phase circuit C. 480-volt circuit D. Communication circuit
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Communication circuit is becoming more common in residential electrical design and construction.
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To protect all four receptacles on a branch circuit that surrounds a swimming pool, you would install which of the following configurations? A. GFCI feed-through receptacle at the end of the load's circuit B. GFCI-terminated receptacle at the beginning of the load's circuit C. GFCI feed-through receptacle at the beginning of the load's circuit and the other receptacles connected to the load side of that receptacle D. GFCI-terminated receptacle at each end of the load's circuit
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To protect all four receptacles on a branch circuit that surrounds a swimming pool, you would install the following configurations: GFCI feed-through receptacle at the beginning of the load's circuit and the other receptacles connected to the load side of that receptacle.
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When using two-wire cable to feed a 240-V appliance that does not require a neutral wire, you should A. mark both ends of the white wire green. B. use the cable as is. C. use only the black wire. D. mark both ends and any exposed area of the white wire black.
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When using two-wire cable to feed a 240-V appliance that does not require a neutral wire, you should mark both ends and any exposed area of the white wire black.
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When calculating the general light and receptacle load for a residence, you multiply the square footage of the house by _______ VA. A. 40 B. 3 C. 100 D. 10,000
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When calculating the general light and receptacle load for a residence, you multiply the square footage of the house by 3 VA.
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