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#112082 - 02/18/01 12:57 AM Extension to Existing Outlet  
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<font color="#000000" size="2" face="Arial">Here's an interesting way to feed
cable into a box!
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#112083 - 02/24/01 08:07 AM Re: Extension to Existing Outlet  
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Even without the additional cable, this thing wouldn't comply. The box needs to be mounted flush or project beyond the wooden paneling. No ground?


#112084 - 02/24/01 12:17 PM Re: Extension to Existing Outlet  
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No ground and yes you are correct on the box not being flush with the combustible surface.


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