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Old 07-03-2015, 10:38 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by GuppyWN View Post
Thank you very much! Placing the wire in conduit will not be an eye sore. The run is through native weeds and grass.
Not sure what your saying here but if it involves laying pipe on the ground that would be a violation. There is no way I'd put this in pipe unless your area is rocky. We have a few places like that here and we'll sleeve the cable in pipe or we'll bury cable in conduit which is URD wire preinstalled in conduit which looks very much like black water pipe. This is used mainly for center pivot irrigation systems here.

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Old 07-11-2015, 02:46 PM   #12
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We are 100 ft from our closest plug in. I used a 50 amp cable and put 30 amp ends on it. I ran two wires for common connected together and then a neutral and a ground of the other wires. We have used this for 7 years now and never had an issue with A/C start up or power losses. The air and microwave have never complained.

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