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  1. #11
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    All responses based on the 2014 NEC unless otherwise noted

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdslotz View Post
    Bingo....now the OP needs to find out if MC is allowed or not
    MC is not allowed but like I asked since that's the case would "whips/tails" still be allowed even though it asked for full conduit?

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    Sounds like you need to submit an RFI. in NYC you could use mc/bx/ or fmc but your spec might not allow it basically your allowed to by code, but the spec is what your going off of

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickelec View Post
    Sounds like you need to submit an RFI. in NYC you could use mc/bx/ or fmc but your spec might not allow it basically your allowed to by code, but the spec is what your going off of

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    I understand. But curious if you has spec that read like mine(full EMT) would fixture tails(FMC) be accepted. I know yes by code.

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    Full emt to me means full emt. RFI is your friend here

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    Quote Originally Posted by mstrlucky74 View Post
    I understand. But curious if you has spec that read like mine(full EMT) would fixture tails(FMC) be accepted. I know yes by code.
    Is FMC listed in your spec? If so, what are uses permitted for FMC?

    Did you look in the lighting section of your spec?

    But if you use 4 sq boxes with whips and it is a sheetrock ceiling, then access panels must be provided for the 4 sq boxes.

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