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08-20-16, 01:30 PM
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Posted By Justin Horne

Update: It was 3/4" conduit so I was able to...

Update:

It was 3/4" conduit so I was able to pull 3 8ga (red, black, white) and 1 10ga (green). But now, I'm thinking I may need to install grounding rods. Do I?

The new subpanel/load center is...
08-19-16, 06:16 PM
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Posted By Justin Horne

Thanks Furd -- great news! I'm going to pull 3x...

Thanks Furd -- great news! I'm going to pull 3x 8ga wires (black, red, and white) with a 10ga ground (green). That will work, correct? My calculations show that with 3/4 IMC I should be good to code,...
08-19-16, 05:32 PM
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Posted By Justin Horne

Pics below. I really expected to find some wire...

Pics below. I really expected to find some wire nut in there, not a loop of conductors!

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08-19-16, 05:06 PM
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Posted By Justin Horne

Hmm...any idea what size this is? I'm actually...

Hmm...any idea what size this is? I'm actually going to re-measure...this could be 3/4" ...

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08-19-16, 04:35 PM
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Posted By Justin Horne

As for the smaller neutral conductor, can I still...

As for the smaller neutral conductor, can I still connect it to the neutral bar? What if in the future someone adds another 15a 120 breaker? Would this still be to code?
08-19-16, 04:29 PM
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Posted By Justin Horne

I used the term EMT, but that may be incorrect....

I used the term EMT, but that may be incorrect. It's metal conduit wrapped with black tape.
08-19-16, 04:26 PM
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Posted By Justin Horne

Interesting -- I hadn't thought about the...

Interesting -- I hadn't thought about the multiple runs in the same conduit already being out of compliance.

Burying new conduit isn't easy. The landscape is rocked and we have cliche to dig. It's...
08-19-16, 03:29 PM
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Views: 661
Posted By Justin Horne

Question Wiring a replacement pool automation center

Hello. I'm upgrading my pool automation center this weekend. The current install has 3 separate 20a 240v circuits and a 15a 120v running from the main panel to the automation center. It's a 60+ ft...
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