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I think this is what he was trying to post.


looking at that I thought,,,i would have ran ser out of the disconnect instead of the pipe since the drop is se cable.

and that made me think of the thread awhile back that someone was looking for a weatherproof connector for ser with the rubber gland inside that would be round instead of oval.

..and it was mentioned where would you ever use one of those?

...well right here

No scratch that..i would have piped the riser also
 

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From what Ive read here.

The PVC connector in the hub is a violation.

The Condulet is most likely a violation.
 
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It looks like crap but it is what it is. I've done a bunch of these. Houses on slabs usually.
Im pretty sure I would have done the same or at least close to the same way.
 

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What article?

:censored:I don't know.

The connector has to with the listing of the hub.

The condulet is the fill.

Im hoping someone smart will chime in, if not , I will look it up.:laughing:
 
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What article?

I don't have access to the code now.

I found this from one of Donresqcapt19 posts.




The rule in 314.28(A)(3) is for things like LBs. The general rule would require an LB that contains wires #4 and larger to have a distance at least 6 times the trade size of the conduit body between conduit entries. Standard conduit bodies do not have that amount of space between conduit entries.
 

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The last 2" PVC LB I used was marked for (3) 4/O stamped inside. I never thought there was a problem threading a 2" PVC male adapter into the hub. Anyone hear anything different about that?
 
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