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Old 10-24-2012, 08:00 AM   #1
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is it ok to just splice off of wire in a junction box and run new wire? what could happen?

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is it ok to just splice off of wire in a junction box and run new wire?

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Depends on what the current wire is feeding.
as long as it is not a kitchen or bathroom, then you should not have any problems.
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Since your title says 1920's wiring probably not. You are not permitted to extend ungrounded circuits.
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Based on your other thread with the same question but the 1920's title, it is not OK. You are not permitted to extend ungrounded circuits.
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