Overhead elctric clearance to chimney

I’m familiar with the height requirements of an electrical line over a roof however this line runs almost dead center of a wood chimney. Is there any additional height requirements? The lines are roguhyl 2 feet over the chimney


If a Stove Pipe runs through timber framing, what is the clearance from combustible material?

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What is the chimney for?

Melting the overhead drop…Jeez, Rob. :crazy_face:

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A wood burning stove chimney might melt the drop but a gas boiler vent won’t. :smirk:

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Glad to see you back, Larry.

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It gets so cold in MN that the electricity will actually freeze if not routed near the chimney.

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:rofl: :joy: :rofl:

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Absolutely wrong. Scientists are trying to make things cold enough to be a superconductor. The molecules are closer so the electrons flow faster.

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I forgot about that. Than clearly it would be routed near the chimney to slow the electricity down before it enters the house. Electricity that enters the house too fast can cause things like your TV to play in fast forward.

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So would it show the future?

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Of course not. That is ridiculous.
It is alternating current (AC) so it reverses just as much as if fast forwards.

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Therefore it remains in stasis or equilibrium as a passenger on a ship being propelled forward by time. Got it.

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Yes, or technically speaking, it initiates a series of nanowave pulse signatures in the tritonic glob portal housing, which creates a destabilization in the thera-magnetic warp processor. The end result is that a human viewer does not notice the anomaly when viewing the TV. But this is the main reason that dogs sometimes bark at the TV.

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