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Old 04-01-2013, 05:35 AM   #1
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Per NEC can romex be run exposed in garage?

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Attached:
Possibly...depending on your inspector's interpretation of "subject to physical damage".

Detached:
2008 no....2011....possibly...depending on your inspector's interpretation of "subject to physical damage".

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What NEC version are you using?
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Attached or detached?
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Attached or detached?
Attached and panel is in garage
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Attached and panel is in garage
Exposed is fine. Just not susceptible to damage.

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