Originally Posted By: dbozek
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Ok I will bite.
AFCI protection for one and definitely a smoke alarm.
With the exit, a porch light would be required if in fact the door is lockable, which it probably would be.
There would have to be either a switched outlet to provide lighting or a ceiling fixture and the switching would have to be done via a 3way system, or in other words, a 3way switch at the exit door and one at the entry to the bedroom.
I would run a 12 gauge circuit protected on a 15 amp breaker. The distance is not that great and the load is minimal so even 14 gauge would be acceptable as long as it is afci protected.
A outlet on every wall at a minimum of 10' apart would be essential.
Somehow knowing of you Joe, I think their is some trickery involved here ![icon_lol.gif](upload://zEgbBCXRskkCTwEux7Bi20ZySza.gif)
Sort of like which way does the smoke blow from an electric train going north if the wind is blowing from the east
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