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#85982 - 08/24/03 01:35 PM exhaust fans
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I have a question regarding the wiring of an exhaust fan with an internal raceway inside the fan. If you lift the lid you see a raceway that gives you a chase down inside the ductwork. What type of wiring technique is permissible to enter ductwork below the roofline and be brought through the chaseway to the supplied disconnect?? Or is a pitchbox needed? Just trying to figure out what they are thinking with this chaseway. How have other members wired these exhaust fans.Thanks.

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#85983 - 08/24/03 01:44 PM Re: exhaust fans
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I always use MC for this.
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