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Got friends with DIY aspirations? My friends and I set up a work party rotation. We regularly help out with eachother's DIY projects. Usually at least one person knows something, or can do the research, and we all learn from eachother. You'll still need the other answers about books, projects, etc. as a starting point, but teaming up really makes the ...


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See page 17 of this .pdf from one of the most respected authorities on the NEC: http://www.mikeholt.com/instructor2/img/product/pdf/11NEC101-1076-sample.pdf I know links are frowned upon here, but Mr. Holt tends to keep pages available for many years. Here is another good image: © Mike Holt


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For the electrical, the working clearance must be kept. Working clearances can be overlapped. I'm not sure about gas regulations.


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As far as the electrical equipment goes there is nothing beyond the working clearances. The equipment can be directly adjacent to either item. Working clearance for a panel is 30" wide and 36" deep (in front). The equipment can be anywhere in the 30" wide space. There may be a gas code clearance issue, but I am not familiar with that code. Might I ask ...



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