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Is a stove & Gfi's a VC condition?

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Henry E. Deecke

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Can anyone refer me to the VC requirement in the 4150.2 Handbook stating that GFI circuits are required and that a kitchen stove must be provided. Health and safety could be the guiding light in this matter but I don't see any requirement.
 

Larry Lyke

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Henry --

"... VC requirement in the 4150.2 Handbook ... GFI circuits ... kitchen stove ... provided. Health and safety could be the guiding light ...

THERE is no requirement especially for GFI anything.

You call the kitchen cook appliance a "stove." If the property has central heating, a "stove" is necessary for cooking but not purchasing or refinancing.

HOWEVER, the UW may have her opinion. Just write it up the way it is: You don't have to mention there's no kitchen "stove" range, just check it off with a hyphen in the checkoff box.

Works for me. You too, I'll bet.
 
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