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Speedy's answer is an excellent one. I here want to add a picture of what these clips look like in the raw so that it is more apparent how they work. The groves along the areas pointed to by the red lines are those that grip to the inside edge of the hole in the lamp base and retain the cord. When you squeeze the clip, as Speedy explains, the clip ...


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That is a Heyco bushing. You need to squeeze, preferably with a needle-nose pliers, in what I would call a top-to-bottom position considering the orientation of how it is installed. If you squeeze just right it will come out no problem and will not damage the cord. Here is a decent video explanation: http://youtu.be/G1IWQB3mQrw Here is the manufacturer's ...


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I don't know what the "Electro Metro" code is, nor do you mention your location, so keep in mind my answers are based on a US installation under the NEC. PVC conduit is fine for the whole run, and the easiest BY FAR. You can use Schedule 40 for any and all parts, buried or exposed but not subject to damage. Areas like where it emerges from the ground ...


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Using the calculator here, you either need #1 copper or #2/0 aluminum to carry the current you want to carry. I highly recommend that you find whoever does electrical inspections for your area (known as the "local permitting authority") and make an appointment to talk about what you want to do; this is a highly technical project and there are variations in ...


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Here's a good calculator that will answer your question. It says #1 copper, 2/0 for aluminum.



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