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The wires do indeed go to the sprinkler system. There turned out to be a 4th white wire I hadn't yet uncovered. The two sets provide the current to open control valves for the two zones on the other side of the driveway. I finally got input from a professional sprinkler repair company. They were baffled at first, because the pipes appear to go all the way ...


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What I would use is 0.2mm Ripcord (think its 1/64in) you typically buy them in rolls of about 300ft and its reasonably cheap. The nice thing about ripcord, is that its easy to break, and it actually lasts a lifetime (and can be painted). I would not reccommend that you keep this on the exterior though. Also you can easily stick this to your siding using ...


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No wire at all - fiber optic cable does the best/hardest to bypass job for this sort of thing. If using wire, something outside rated, and perhaps with 2-4 conductors rather than just one (you can use one or all; if some problem other than someone cutting through the building develops, you can use as few as 1 if at least one remains intact.) Be careful ...


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You will probably need to do a two part solution. First is to find a pendant light cord. Second is to find stainless steal braided sleeve. Run the light cord in the sleeve and then just make sure the sleeve is connected to the ground.


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The crawl space case Wiring in a crawl space (wet location) can be done successfully using a variety of means: THWN (pretty much all building wire you buy at the borgs these days is both THHN and THWN) in either rigid metal conduit or schedule 40/80 PVC conduit Type UF or NMC multiconductor cables, but not ordinary NM-B, or Type MC cables rated for wet ...



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