I am running a couple of new circuits to the bathroom which will involve running THHN wires through the emt conduit. The problem is that my panel is on the exterior wall and the conduit will need to enter the attic space.
It was suggested that I bend the conduit in the center (90 degrees) and push it up through a hole in the soffit to enter the attic. But that plan looks naive because I ran into some wood about 3 inches up from the hole in the soffit.
Should I drill a hole in the wood to access attic space? If so, the hole would have to be pretty big to allow bent conduit to wiggle through it.
Update 1: On a whim I drilled through the wood and then I was inside the attic. Pushed a stick through and was able to see 8 inches of it from within the attic. Now off to conduit bending, installing and cable pulling.