I have never seen a 14 cu inch box. I bet it is an 18 cu. in. box. I bet you need glasses also. :grin: What brand is it?I was working with a single gang plastic cut in box today. It was stamped as being 14 cu in. It was also stamped that it could handle 9/14's, 8/12's and 7/10's.
What gives? Which do you go by?
But, that box will only handle 2 - 14-2's with ground and one device.
Perhaps it's a two part box. I'm not sure...
That's correct but if you use Table 314.16(A) that box will only allow 7 -#14 not 9. I still think the OP read the numbers in the box wrong or they are printed incorrectly.try 314.16(B) for box fill calculations/. 3 x 2 x 2 3/4 is a 14 cu"
Well then it can't have 9 #14 wires in it, IMO. I have never used anything but an 18 cu. 9n old work box.It seems that they do make that style of box in 14 cubic inch also.
Yes we completely ignored you. :grin: Seriously , I think we were assuming devices, clamps etc. in that countDid you guys completely ignore my post? You can have 9 wires in there, you just won't be able to have a device, and 3 of the wires will only count as 1 being the EGC.