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I'm in Florida where we are still using 2008 NEC. In fact I just finished a Mike Holt seminar for my CE credits and most of the info came from 2008 and some from 2011 NEC. So the notion of discussing 2014 updates is a bit overwhelming.

Ray Perez

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