Topic: Re: Another Billy Bob electrical question
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John, THWN and THHN is the same wire. If you look at the labeling on the wire, both are there.
Your not the only engineer I've had to explain that to.
:D :D :D
|Charles (in GA)
Re: Another Billy Bob electrical question in reply to Dusty MI, 06-18-2013 03:46:20
|In the past there was wire manufactured that met only one, but not both of the specs. With new wire, I doubt you will see it, but with older wire, like the OP, its possible. |
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