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#104649 - 09/24/03 02:41 PM Other Equipment in This Junction Box  
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#104650 - 09/24/03 07:33 PM Re: Other Equipment in This Junction Box  
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I looks like some form of LV wiring is sharing those conduits. This alone is not allowed!


#104651 - 09/26/03 06:59 AM Re: Other Equipment in This Junction Box  
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The 2x4 certainly doesn't belong in there.
It looks like the cover on the "LR" conduit body couldn't be removed.
Unused openings in box aren't sealed.
Sorry, Gus, but I must disagree with you. All the conductors appear to be THWN, 600V rated, and may occupy the same raceways or enclosures (see 300.3(C)(1))...S



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