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Yes, there are connectors that can be slipped onto the cable and popped into place in the panel knockout. They do not snap over the cable though, you must disconnect the wires and slide the connector over them. Also, here: ...


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This certainly sounds like a code violation and will require ripping the wall open to repair; the cost of that should be borne by the company that did the work incorrectly, but it may be difficult to get them to actually pay for it, unless you can work via a licensing board (ie, if they have an electrical license allowing them to do electrical work in ...


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New Jersey apparently is using NEC 2011 with some minor amendments that would not appear to affect the question. I believe that means the wire needs to be "protected" and as stated in my comment I'd personally recommend EMT (lightweight steel conduit) first and foremost, though MC/AC also suits my concept of keeping it rodent-proof (and barring insane ...


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Definitely dependent on voltage and cord length. All modern UL listed portable motor-driven tools have wire gauge/length specs. included in the owner's manual. If you do not have the manual you should be able to do an internet search and get one. When in doubt, use heavier wire: a voltage drop across a cord that is too long and/or lightweight will damage the ...



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