Re: John T NEC code ? in reply to John T, 11-07-2013 05:37:00
John , It was more of a case of me not reading right . lol. I watched the Ideal movie that was posted and it is about right .The insulation does turn a turn or two. If the company wants them twisted first I twist first. I worked for a refridgeration guy that would watch you to see if you were twisting the wires with pliers first. He was a worrier and chewed his nails down to nothing. He would ask if you were putting the orange to purple or whatever the wiring was. Id say I'm doing exactly what you gave me on the cardboard you wrote the splicing on. I always say give 'em what they want and for engineers and architects give'em what they drew. My only redeeming quality is I don't take it upon myself to change things to " my way".
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