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#112875 - 10/17/01 08:59 AM How many cubic inches?  
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This splice was an old 3-wire dryer cord spliced to #6 SE in an 8-B box. This person even got the cover to fit without bulging.

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#112876 - 10/17/01 11:31 AM Re: How many cubic inches?  
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Was the box grounded?


#112877 - 10/17/01 04:17 PM Re: How many cubic inches?  
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I vote it a 9 on a 1-10 violation of T370-16
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after all, if it's a 4" x 1 1/2" it's probably legal volume x 2



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