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  • #759298
    GTokley
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    Belleville, ON

    Wifey mention to me yesterday that it was good that we put the new outside outlets in. As the heating contractors were using the outside outlet to plug their tools in while doing the furnace/ac install.

    You can see the cord run across the front steps.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #759302
    kurt@welkerhomes.com
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    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    Wifey mention to me yesterday that it was good that we put the new outside outlets in. As the heating contractors were using the outside outlet to plug their tools in while doing the furnace/ac install.

    You can see the cord run across the front steps.

    Our codes require an outlet to be installed right at the AC unit for that reason.

    #759330
    GTokley
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    Belleville, ON

    Wifey mention to me yesterday that it was good that we put the new outside outlets in. As the heating contractors were using the outside outlet to plug their tools in while doing the furnace/ac install.

    You can see the cord run across the front steps.

    Our codes require an outlet to be installed right at the AC unit for that reason.

    Makes sense. I am sure if our code is the same.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #759507
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Wifey mention to me yesterday that it was good that we put the new outside outlets in. As the heating contractors were using the outside outlet to plug their tools in while doing the furnace/ac install.

    You can see the cord run across the front steps.

    Our codes require an outlet to be installed right at the AC unit for that reason.

    Makes sense. I am sure if our code is the same.

    Actually, I don’t think it is here in Canada, at least here in Ontario.

    #759518
    GTokley
    Pro
    Belleville, ON

    Wifey mention to me yesterday that it was good that we put the new outside outlets in. As the heating contractors were using the outside outlet to plug their tools in while doing the furnace/ac install.

    You can see the cord run across the front steps.

    Our codes require an outlet to be installed right at the AC unit for that reason.

    Makes sense. I am sure if our code is the same.

    Actually, I don’t think it is here in Canada, at least here in Ontario.

    Ok. Yeah I am not really sure.
    Either way I quite happy having the new outside outlets. Not sure how people live with out them

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #759522

    Wifey mention to me yesterday that it was good that we put the new outside outlets in. As the heating contractors were using the outside outlet to plug their tools in while doing the furnace/ac install.

    You can see the cord run across the front steps.

    Our codes require an outlet to be installed right at the AC unit for that reason.

    Makes sense. I am sure if our code is the same.

    Actually, I don’t think it is here in Canada, at least here in Ontario.

    Ok. Yeah I am not really sure.

    Either way I quite happy having the new outside outlets. Not sure how people live with out them

    LoL , I’m going to guess it’s called extension cords lol

    #759537
    Doobie
    Moderator

    There is no outlet installed near our AC that was installed a few years ago.

    Then again, I already had one not far off from where it was, but it is not 220V which is likely what is needed in Kurt’s scenario in his area, although he never said what voltage was required.

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