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    Quote Originally Posted by jtrammel View Post
    How'd you change out that bx/mc conduit without cutting the ceiling?
    I was able to pull down slack from old conduit, cut it off then splice new conduit onto it. Shove it back in the ceiling and seal it up.


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    are you saying you just connected the new to the old with out a junction box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    are you saying you just connected the new to the old with out a junction box?
    No the furnace wire is in greenfield to the panel. I just cut and removed old greenfield not the wire. No junctions.


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    ok then its how i would do it but i have also removed old romex with the new greenfield attached to it.
    I prefer seal tite my slf but your work looks grate.

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    how did you do the transition from old to new did you use 2 bushings so the wire does not get cut down the road?

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    Nice job! Metal work is beautiful. Way better than what was there. Your customers really get their moneys worth. Nice to see a filter cabinet, they wont have to change that filter for 2 years. Keep posting, i love it☺

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    That's IF they rember to change it

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    Nice work! Glad to see w/h flue connector is now 4" from 3" that certainly would have that draft hood spilling flue gases (all you need is a fogged mirror to know when checking). In stead of capping off that old greasy air duct you could of left it open for some combustion air for the room unless that is taken care of by another path.

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    Not much clearance between appliances but looks way better than what was there , nice job


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