How to Enclose Romex Wiring?


If you are doing a wiring project and using Romex wiring, it is fairly easy to enclose it so that there is no chance of exposure. There are two ways to do this. You can either run the wiring through metal conduit pipe or through flexible wire casing. Either way should safely enclose the wires.
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1. Identify the wiring you wish to replace. Cut the power to the area or the whole house. Test with a tester to ensure the area's power is dead. Remove the old wire from the panel
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put a wire nut on it, if you are only using 120 volts.
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