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Old 09-29-2019, 08:01 PM   #21
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Hi Dan, I have an electrical van for sale. Wanna buy it? It's a Beauty.
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No, do not install either one of those. Use a romex connector.

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I'm working in construction but I'm not an electrician yet. I'm trying to get hired as an electrician eventually.
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I'm working in construction but I'm not an electrician yet. I'm trying to get hired as an electrician eventually.
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Not so much clamping them together, but securing them to the fixture. You can't just jab a cable into a raw metal hole like that.


If there is a junction box above it they would require a 2” bushing or the like to be installed as a view hole into the box behind it. But in this situation no because the sheath is long enough. Honestly if the wire is secured within 6” of where it comes into the light then a 1/2 non clamping bushing would be acceptable too.


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