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Old 05-24-2013, 08:07 AM   #16
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Set the panel to the one side of the panel and just bring a conduit out of the other side of the main panel.

You could run all blacks if you wanted to. You could identify each black with a wrap of colored tape at both ends. You could pair the neutrals the same way.
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Bwahh, this thread was funny, one person makes a joke on colors favoring his favorite sports team and it turns to mud... lol....
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Bwahh, this thread was funny, one person makes a joke on colors favoring his favorite sports team and it turns to mud... lol....
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