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    Licensed Electrical Contractor Speedy Petey's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alectrician View Post

    Pull in a couple of #12's and install a GFCI outlet. Leave the other wiring intact/fed thru/capped off.
    This would be my exact advice as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy Petey View Post
    This would be my exact advice as well.
    You both agreed!!
    WOW!
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    I know. I was trembling as I was typing that.

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    Wouldn't that method depend on if I have enough room in the conduit to run 2 more wires?

    Here is a picture of the open junction box, the blue wire is the 14 gauge wire to the bathroom.


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