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#208794 - 02/11/13 06:31 PM Re: Random services [Re: CZap]
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Czap:
Feeder pic comment...
Left side, 1 MC looks to be going thru a keyhole in the metal stud? Can't tell if there is a nail plate.

Did you provide any physical protection for these feeders? (within the wall cavity)
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#208872 - 02/16/13 04:49 PM Re: Random services [Re: CZap]
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It is going through. simply not enough room.This was a change of contractor and the previous electrician did horrible pipe work through the parking lot, ha. We had to bump the wall out but other than that no protection.

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