Chase nipple - thank you. I knew that term once. And you could pull it up from my description!! Sent from my iPhone TotaTua Claudia Satoriclaud_sat
You need a chase nipple from the electrical dept. There are plastic ones, but I would use a metal one 1 1/2" size with a locknut and plastic bushing on firstname.lastname@example.org
I am putting an extension through an opening at bottom of cement board "door". I need to protect the wire from the "door". There will two extension cords goingclaud_sat
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