The NEC requires I install 2-20amp circuits for a kitchen. I'm remodeling
my basement and installing a wet bar. It's not a kitchen, because there's
absolutely no provision for a stove. I'm not sure on what the NEC says abo
ut this situation. I can't find anything about wet bars except that I need
a GFCI within 6ft of a wet bar sink. I acknowledge that I can always do b
etter than the code, but does anyone know the rules for this case?
On Thu, 7 Jul 2016 20:16:21 -0700 (PDT), firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
That is not a kitchen. Just use a GFCI on any receptacles you choose
to put near the sink and you are fine.
Article 100 definition
Kitchen. An area with a sink and permanent facilities for food
preparation and cooking.
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