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#220295 09/24/19 04:16 PM
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Are set screw emt connectors and coupling allowed in damp location?

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Nevermind..358.10


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Back to 314.15 for info. Again, subject to the enviornment and the installer/design professional (if one) and the AHJ determination. Damp vs. wet can and is subjective.



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