Antique stoves in CT

Re: Antique stoves in CT

PostBy: pyro29 On: Thu Dec 03, 2015 9:04 am

coaledsweat wrote:AHJ?


Authority Having Jurisdiction

scalabro wrote:Where can the "UL exemption" be found?


Are you talking about 13.1.1 (1) which states unlisted appliances shall be installed according to instructions by the manufacturer?

Or 13.1 (1) which states a listed appliance is installed by the terms if their listing?
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Re: Antique stoves in CT

PostBy: scalabro On: Thu Dec 03, 2015 9:10 am

joeq wrote:I don't think anyone knows.
(P.S. A 214 is your military walking papers.)


I'm starting to think you are correct Joe. I did read it a couple of years a go somewhere on the internet, so unless it's been taken down it's available.

One would think all professional stove shops, especially ones with websites, would post a link to the chapter and verse to the "UL Exemption"
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