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    outdoor to indoor wiring question.

    I have mounted an outdoor box on an exterior wall and have drilled a hole for a conduit nipple to go through the wall. Can I put Romex through that hole and continue the Romex to the nearest...
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    splice

    I wanted a junction box to make the wire run easier since I am planning to do the run in sections. (Part of the run will be romex since it will be behind sheetrock.) The exposed parts will be EMT.
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    2-12gauge and a 14 gauge for ground?

    Is it okay for me to use two 12 gauge (for hot and neutral) and one 14 gauge wire for ground? I think 14 gauge is easier to work with but I don't want to violate code.

    I'm installing a dedicated...
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    thanks

    Thanks.

    I appreciate it. I don't mind taking the time and am very methodical and careful to make good splices.
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    fewest splices possible?

    When running a dedicated 20-amp circuit for a gas dryer I assume you should run the wire with the fewest splices possible. What's the actual code for this? The wire run is about 40 feet and I am...
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    yes

    Yes I plugged in a lamp, a hair dryer and a power drill and they all work fine.
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    electrical wiring deficiency?

    Hello:

    My gas dryer stopped working and since it was about 20 years old I thought nothing of it. (The dryer wouldn't start--it only made a buzzing noise).

    Anyway I had a new dryer delivered and...
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