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Why is ENT rarely used for electrical wiring?
As best I can tell, the National Electrical Code 2011 allows electrical non-metallic tubing ("smurf tube" or ENT) to be used for running 120 V electrical wire. But everywhere I look, I see remarks to ...
Jul 15 '12 at 18:25
Jeremy W. Sherman
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