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    equipotential bonding

    According to county code I need to bond 4 uprights, the wall, pump and conduit......
    I bonded the uprights, pump and conduit, BUT..........
    The pool is filled, is there an easy way to bond the wall?
    I know you can bond it to the bolts that connect at the wall seam, but that is covered by the upright.

    15 x 30' - 52" above ground
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    Re: equipotential bonding

    You may be able to pull a top rail or two off and get to the top seam bolt. You could attach a lug there and route the wire down the upright and connect it to the loop. That should satisfy the inspector.
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    Re: equipotential bonding

    I'll take a look at it tonight, thanks
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