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Old 06-01-2014, 03:21 PM   #1
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anyone know if there is a product out there for mostly 1/2" and 3/4" pvc conduit for replacing breaks without having to remove conductors ???

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I'll rephrase my original question then

anyone know if there is a product out there for mostly 1/2" and 3/4" pvc conduit for replacing breaks without having to remove conductors ??? If yes, can you post a link.

I already know about this stuff and the like but it only goes down to 1"

http://www.conduitrepairkit.com/
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Before you got banned from the pro electric forum, you claimed to be a pro. As a pro, I would think you should know about this stuff.
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Before you got banned from the pro electric forum, you claimed to be a pro. As a pro, I would think you should know about this stuff.
Yes, On top of the 1000 page NEC I also memorized every imaginable electrical part out there. I must have not memorized this one
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Clete, you are smart enough to figure this out, for 3/4" cut a piece of 1" to length, cut it in half heat and form fit if necessary and apply glue. FOr 1/2" use 3/4" pvc and repeat.

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