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#46424 12/22/04 02:16 AM
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Has anyone ver been asked to remove or deadend Knob and tube? A customer would like the wires deadended in the attic. I was thinking of capping them and putting them in a box. Any suggestions?

#46425 12/22/04 06:32 AM
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Use a plastic box and run each conductor thru a separate hole/KO. Done it quite a bit with no probs and no complaints. If you can get to any of the old "Western Union splices" you might try and get them in a box.

#46426 12/22/04 09:47 PM
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Read the book its very specific about knob and tube. ART, 394 NEC


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