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The exception to the article NEC 314.23 (E) states that it is permissible to use rigid metal conduit to support a conduit body. Does anyone know if you can support a conduit "T" with only one support? It seems to me that the exception says you can as long as you use rigid metal conduit and as long as it is the same trade size as the conduit body your are supporting.
 

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Does anyone know if you can support a conduit "T" with only one support?
You can, but the exception allows rigid metal conduit to support a conduit body without any additional support for the conduit body. The conduit should be supported in accordance with 344.30 for RMC.

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Let me guess... PAR holders? :thumbup:
 
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