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LMAO! No offense Sissy, but know a few electricians... while they do know the codes better than most of us, they can be even worse with some of their "make it happen" set ups LOL...
Come and see our wiring done by my electrician hubby! it works is safe butttttttttttttttt lol
 
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LOL, my hubby should get his electrical and plumber licenses. He can do both (he was a mechanical engineer originally). We have enough friends in both trades that he can easily get the apprentice time covered, but he sees no point in it. He is good at so many things, I think it is nice to have them to fall back on. With that said, when he put the pump that is presently on our pond on, I was cringing... It is what we had on hand, so used it, but it is 220... it is now hardwired in to the electrical panel with its own breaker (or is it braker LOL) ...
 

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My pond pumps in arizona were wired for 220, we changed them when they where shipped here to make them "normal" lol
 

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