So I was close when I cast this 3/4" sch40 PVC in concrete - but not close enough!
I'm roughing in an 110v electric radiator here with a single run of 12/2. Where I want the box to interface with the radiator knockouts isn't quite right. Looking for suggestions to get the box into the right spot...
Some thoughts I've had:
The bottom knockout will only be 2" off the ground, so even if I could bend the PVC somehow - there isn't enough room to get it aligned. I've only bent PVC where I can stuff it with sand and use a heatgun to it doesn't deform - and where it's installed, I'm not confident I won't screw it up if I try.
The back of the box is too close to be able to get a stock 90 bend in there and enter via the back.
I've never used it - but maybe I can transition to liquidtight and make some kind of whip that enters from the top?
I could abandon the idea of this being 'conduit' and think of it as a protected raceway, cut the PVC flush with ground and stuff a 12/2 romex down there instead of THHN.
Any other ideas from the pros and gurus? Cheers!