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  1. #1
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    Default NEED A SPARKY FOR HELP ON CSST BONDING QUESTION

    Hey guys

    Have a townhouse i wrote up for improper bonding on CSST pipe--the csst manifold is in furnace closet and there is nothing to bond manifold to--only black iron on furnace---water shut off valve is in next room over and it is copper. Is that an option because running back to meter is one extensive project.

    thanks

    cvf

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    Default Re: NEED A SPARKY FOR HELP ON CSST BONDING QUESTION

    this is an update note from icc with clear verbiage

    https://www.iccsafe.org/building-saf...iping-systems/

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    Default Re: NEED A SPARKY FOR HELP ON CSST BONDING QUESTION

    If by "water shutoff" you mean the water entrance, and the water lateral is >= 20 ' copper, that has to be part of the grounding electrode system. If the furnace is fed by black iron but there is a halfway modern circuit feeding igniter, blower, etc, you have the equipment grounding conductor from that.


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