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#85305 - 06/17/03 05:43 AM flex connection to heat pump
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Is inside seal tite flex considered to be a wet location? Liguidtight? Thanks could you provide the ref #

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#85306 - 06/17/03 06:41 AM Re: flex connection to heat pump
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If a conduit is installed in a wet location, the inside of the conduit is also considered a wet location.
This is according to the explanatory material in the NEC Handbook, under the definition of Location, Wet.

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#85307 - 06/17/03 06:19 PM Re: flex connection to heat pump
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Someday it'll all be *W-2 {90°C wet} cable.

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#85308 - 06/21/03 06:10 AM Re: flex connection to heat pump
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You'd have to seal that conduit appropriately(sp?) wouldn't you?.
With it being a Damp location?.
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