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10.7 Tampering With Fire Safety Equipment
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10.7 General Safety Requirements, Tampering With Fire Safety Equipment
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of an approved assembly that does not subject the motor to overloads, or (2) if the assembly is also equipped with other safety controls ...
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] Where a separate fire-extinguishing system is used for protection of cooking equipment only, a water-wash fire ...
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