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Let me know what you guys think of this And if you see and code blunders
BR 1] (AFCI protected)
I have a bedroom with 5 outlets and a swith and light- another outlet dediated for AC.
Outside:
220 line running to outside

Bathroom:
with 1 GFCI outlet and 1 light
Bedroom 2:(AFCI protected)
5 outlets and a light
Kitchen/pantry/ living room(AFCI protected)
1 small appliance branch for the pantry which has 2 outlets
1 small appliance branch for the kitchen outlets
dedicated dishwasher outlet
Living room :
6 outlets(inluding stove and hood) and a light
/countertop outlets 24 inch apart- general outlets 6ft apart/
 

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sorry the url is img136.imageshack .us/img136/9207/weehawkenplan.jpg
just putt the http: / /in front and bakspace in front of the .us- im new to the forum and cant post urls
 

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There aren't any light fixtures outside the front door. the front door is in front of the table ....
as for the outside outlet, its not really an out let, its going to be a 220 feed for an AC body (the european style air conditioner)
Well, there's two violations right there. Most building codes require a light outside the door, and you need two receps outside per 210.52(E)(1).
 
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