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Old 03-02-2011, 10:00 PM   #1
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Metal Conduit in wall?


I'm putting a kitchen counter against an existing wall. It has 3/4" thick furring strips on a block wall. In order to run new wire behind the drywall can I run these thru metal conduit instead of building out the wall?

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You can use conduit with the proper boxes.

You can also run your cables like in this thread.

1.5" deep wall can I use BX??

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Metal Conduit in wall?


Your dwg brings up one more question. I dug into the NEC code a little bit and I saw something in 300.4 (d). It appears to me that I might even be able to use NM cable(no conduit) fished in the wall, as long as I place the plates over the grooves in the strips and maintain the locations per your dwg. Is that possible?

Thanks for all the help.
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