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unikanic
I like to put a heated towel rack, the manufacturer indicates it has to be 24" from a tub of shower, is that electric code?
I see lots of photo on this site that are inches away
   
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Sheridan Interiors, Kitchens and Baths

unikanic - yes to be safe check with your local building inspector or electrician they will give you the correct information for your area/location.

   
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Amba Products

The 'Amba Towel Warmer' shown here is from our "Swivel" Collection one of many of the heated towel racks we offer.

   

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