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Unread 03-19-2018, 09:59 AM   #29
wwhitney
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As Shawn says, if you keep the electrical and plumbing physically independent, there's no problem occupying the same stud bay. I'm personally confident that nothing in the NEC would be an issue, and I'd be very surprised if the plumbing code had anything to say about it.

I take it your circuit for the bathroom GFCIs was #14 copper, rather than #12 copper? I guess the 20 amp requirement wasn't in place in the 1980. You'd need a new circuit for the floor warming anyway, though.

Cheers, Wayne
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