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#108799 - 02/16/04 06:38 PM Service LB
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These are some pictures that my mother took.
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#108800 - 02/16/04 09:56 PM Re: Service LB
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It is an "E" conduit body. [Compare to "C" or "LB" conduit body.]

See page 2 of www.o-zgedney.com/PDF/AA1thru6.pdf

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#108801 - 02/17/04 04:25 AM Re: Service LB
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Boy oh boy, You've got a beauty here.

Was the conductor on the left tapped in an attempt to pirate some power?
Got to love the tape around the end of the incoming "service riser".

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#108802 - 02/17/04 11:46 AM Re: Service LB
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What about the NEMA 1 can on the wall to the right? Probably full of water.

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#108803 - 02/17/04 11:50 AM Re: Service LB
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I can't quite make it out, but the fitting near the corner of the walls looks like an X or + fitting with a LR coming out of it??

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#108804 - 02/17/04 12:18 PM Re: Service LB
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Looks like the EMT passes behind the back of the LR, and it looks like a coupling (maybe a 1 hole strap?) in the EMT, just above the LR.
Is the strut-nut just for future? ...S

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