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#13479 - 09/05/02 08:43 AM HVAC Disconnect and whip what?
dripjoy Offline
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Registered: 09/05/02
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Loc: apple valley, ca, usa
This lady gave me a little scrap of paper with instructions on it: 40A 240V circuit with disconnect and whip. can someone tell me do you think they mean a generic whip, like for lighting or something like that?

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#13480 - 09/05/02 09:39 AM Re: HVAC Disconnect and whip what?
Bill Addiss Offline

Registered: 10/07/00
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If it is for the unit outside it would be a weatherproof disconnect and whip. LT (Liquid-Tite) Flexible whips are available in 6 ft lengths & prewired for 30A or 40A complete with connectors. Or you can make your own.



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