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Old 01-24-2018, 07:17 AM   #21
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Unbonded GEC, romex, SE cable...what other horrors lurk within this dangerous building?
I think the SE cable outside is painted, so there's that time bomb.
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Old 01-24-2018, 05:51 PM   #22
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I think the SE cable outside is painted, so there's that time bomb.
I would have pulled the meter and cut the taps at the pole. No way I would let that travesty stand.
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I'm a hack then, because I almost always run my GEC through the 1/4" KO
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I'm a hack then, because I almost always run my GEC through the 1/4" KO
You and 99.9% of electricians out there. There's only two on this forum that don't.
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You and 99.9% of electricians out there. There's only two on this forum that don't.
I don't so that makes 3 that don't.

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I don't so that makes 3 that don't.

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Sorry Kevin, Canadians don’t count. We don’t have the little 1/4” hole that they do.
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Sorry Kevin, Canadians don’t count. We don’t have the little 1/4” hole that they do.
If I'm not mistaken I thought square D had them but I'll have to check the next time I'm around a square D panel.

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