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this was found while troubleshooting a tripped breaker. Owner of building said it was working fine for the past 6 years, so why fix what ain't broke.

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Someone has to mention... that 12ยข plastic bushing threaded on the EMT connector will surely prevent dangerous cutthrough of the enclosed bare conductor(!)


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