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Old 09-17-2012, 01:32 PM   #1
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is it ok to use the blue plastic work boxes for my outlets in a garage were the studs are exposed?

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is it ok to use the blue plastic work boxes for my outlets in a garage were the studs are exposed?
Yes, they can be used.

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Are you using plastic sheathed cable? If so the answer is yes. If you are using something like MC cable the answer is no.
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just using romex
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Attached or dettached garage? What version code is in affect where you are from?
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detached and i do not know what version- i'm in south east indiana

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