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#117880 07/15/04 11:20 PM
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Hey there. I was filling up my car when I noticed some MC Cable at a gas station hooked up to an intercom. I've never wired a gas station before, maybe this guy hadn't either. What do you think?

- Topher
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#117881 07/16/04 08:25 AM
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Well, the MC is outside of the classified area, however:

I wonder where they made the transition from MC cable to wire (You don't suppose it's in the sealing fitting, do you?) [Linked Image]
The plumber's bell reducer, lack of strapping, and possible weather problems add a nice touch though, don't they?...S

#117882 07/16/04 03:48 PM
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Is it MC or 3/8 flex?? Pretty shabby no matter what.

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FWIW, there are listed reducing couplings intended for the application. www.appletonelec.com/PDF/I-3-19.pdf#I19 [No comment on the “flex.”]

#117884 07/17/04 11:00 AM
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Think someone left their pipe bender at home??? [Linked Image] Not even a strap! [Linked Image]

-Randy


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