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    I don't see where this panel is bonded. I know you guys will set me straight. It is a AC subpanel.

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    what is green and is found in a panel?


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    What Wayne said. It does look like you're missing a wire clamp though.


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    Your bond is right in front of you - the grounding conductors .
    You are missing the proper Cable connector and the reidentifying of the white conductor to indicate it is a phase conductor as oppossed to a neutral conductor.
    I am basing this on your saying it's an AC subpanel, which I assume you are talking about a 240 volt disconnect for an Air Conditioning unit


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Murdock View Post
    I don't see where this panel is bonded. I know you guys will set me straight. It is a AC subpanel.

    Scott,

    First things first ...

    That is on a house and not a submarine, therefore it is not a subpanel but simply a panel.

    Secondly, that is a 240 volt circuit which does not need a neutral, however, the white conductor is not permanently re-identified as is required when white conductors are used as hot conductors.

    The enclosure is grounded by the attachment of the ground.

    The NM cable is required to be in a clamp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Peck View Post
    Scott,

    First things first ...

    That is on a house and not a submarine, therefore it is not a subpanel but simply a panel.

    Secondly, that is a 240 volt circuit which does not need a neutral, however, the white conductor is not permanently re-identified as is required when white conductors are used as hot conductors.

    The enclosure is grounded by the attachment of the ground.

    The NM cable is required to be in a clamp.
    Thank you Jerry. That is what I was looking for.


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