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electrical outlets and hydronic heating

Posted by damianom on April 16th, 2009 05:55 AM

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> No, It Isn't by homebild on 04/19/2009
> Nope by homebild on 04/19/2009

I own a home built in 1960. When I bought the home, it had self-contained hydronic baseboard heating units (no plumbing). The home is a ranch with no basement. I assume the units were installed when the home was built.

Electrical outlets are installed above the heating units. I assume this is the way the home was originally built. Is this a safety hazard? Is it a current building code violation? Would it have been a violation at the time the home was built?

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