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(B) Fuse Servicing
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Disconnecting means shall be installed on PV output circuits where overcurrent devices (fuses) must be serviced that cannot be isolated from energized circuits. The disconnecting means shall be within sight of, and accessible to, the location of the fuse or integral with fuse holder and shall comply with 690.17. Where the disconnecting means are located more than 1.8 m (6 ft) from the overcurrent device, a directory showing the location of each disconnect shall be installed at the overcurrent device location.
Non-load-break-rated disconnecting means shall be marked "Do not open under load."
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