Your image source URL is "http://http://groups.msn.com/supercalafrajalistickespyaladosioius"monkey_man_100 said:I guess it didn't work
stickboy1375 said:Your talking about two seperate wires entering a box and using all the screws on the device correct? Without using pigtails...
Smart $ said:Your image source URL is "http://http://groups.msn.com/supercalafrajalistickespyaladosioius"
That is neither a valid URL (one too many "http://") nor a valid image.
Also noticed there is no longer an attachment feature in my Advanced Post interface. Is this the case for everyone?
monkey_man_100 said:yes. I have a book by Ray C. Mullin and it has a diagram with two pictures. One outlet with pigtails and one without. He then sites 300-13 (b)
You've got it.monkey_man_100 said:SO you could just back stab all 4 wires and put the grounding wire where it goes. I hope I am not too confusing. It is a lot easier to show what I mean in person.
As long as you only install one wire per screw (as the receptacle is listed) and none of the wires are bigger than #10 (110.14(A)) then you are fine.monkey_man_100 said:every receptacle I have seen have 4 screws.Still ok? I hate to beat this subject down but I like to be sure.
DonTerminals of the wire-binding screw, setscrew, or screw-actuated back wired clamping types are suitable for use with both solid and stranded building wires.