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#93865 - 06/22/05 02:03 AM liquidtite undergroung  
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Is it code to run liquidtite undergroung?


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#93866 - 06/22/05 05:34 AM Re: liquidtite undergroung  
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350.10(3)For direct burial where listed and marked for the purpose


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#93867 - 06/24/05 02:12 PM Re: liquidtite undergroung  
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NEC 351-4(a)(3) says it can be used for direct burial where listed and marked for the purpose. 351-4(b) [Uses not permitted] does not mention underground installations.


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