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Nope, there's another section of the NEC that limits here In copper, 14AWG is limited to 15A, 12AWG to 20A, and 10AWG to 30A not by the ampacity tables or even necessarily termination ratings, but by the small conductor rules set forth in NEC 240.4(D), points 3 through 7 (points 1 and 2 apply to 18AWG and 16AWG conductors, but no branch circuit breakers I ...


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I see that the tee in your drain pipe is already cemented in place, but if you can redo it, you can do what they did in my house (not home right now, so I'll have to remember to get a picture later). What you can do is turn the tee and drain fitting to the sides and use two elbows and three short pipes to connect them. The only tool I have to illustrate ...


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