I did a search but couldn’t find anything specific to this question…
With regard to NEC 210.23(A)(2) - Does this section prohibit the installation of a typical in-wall heater on the same circuit with overhead lighting and outlets?
I was under the impression an installed space heater such as this was to be on its own dedicated circuit. The homeowner claims all work was done by a licensed electrician, yet she states that her in-wall heater and the light for the same room no longer function. Both seem to have gone out concurrently, which I find curious unless the wiring is not quite kosher.
It’s also a possibility that an outlet located within 5 feet of both the lightswitch and the heater also no longer functions.
She also states they have had some mouse problems recently and I want to make sure she’s looking in all the right places, and at all the correct possibilities. Or at least has a proper electrician do so.
I haven’t found any subpanel associated with this addition to the main house.
Thanks for the great info here!