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Old 06-29-2012, 05:18 PM   #16
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Proper Use of Green Wire Nuts


Are tan larger than yellow? The nut would only have 3 wires in it. Ground in, ground out, and ground pigtail. You think it will affect anything? Thanks.

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Are tan larger than yellow? The nut would only have 3 wires in it. Ground in, ground out, and ground pigtail. You think it will affect anything? Thanks.
Tans are larger than yellow but will work just fine. I used yellows years ago but not any longer. IMO the tan twisters are superior.

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