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Old 03-19-2017, 09:33 PM   #21
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Quit banging his old lady and maybe he will leave you alone.
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Quit banging his old lady and maybe he will leave you alone.
Maybe, just maybe she has real talents?
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Maybe, just maybe she has real talents?
You mean a natural talent... something that she's born with.
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You mean a natural talent... something that she's born with.
Exactly!
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FYI he is using 2014 NEC 300.12 as his justification.
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300.12 Mechanical Continuity Raceways and
Cables.
Metal or nonmetallic raceways, cable armors, and cable sheaths shall be continuous between cabinets, boxes,
fittings, or other enclosures or outlets.

Says nothing about locknuts or the torquing there of!

Show that to the inspector and then ask for his bosses number!
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They make a special torque wrench adapter for locknuts?
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I believe those are torqued to German specs...

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