220VAC Wiring question

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This is a Code violation in nearly any residential application: "Individually covered or insulated equipment grounding conductors shall have a continuous outer finish that is either green or green with one or more yellow stripes except as permitted by this section." {NEC 2005, Art. 250.119] The exceptions are (a) conductors larger than AWG 6, and (b) "where conditions of maintenance and supervision ensure that only qualified personnel etc. etc. etc."
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wrote:

How wiring is done in deepest Pennsyltucky:
Bo, who just cobbled onto the knuckle and tube that is running in the basement of his house to create a 110 outlet for his garage/shop,
"Did she fire up?"
The Code Inspector, from two townships over, where they actually have heard of the Code:
"..."
Yessir, the real world is deeper'nshit.
Regards,
Tom Watson
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