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Making Electrical Repairs – Part 1


By Dave Rongey - Summary:

Methods for Repairing Buried Electrical Wiring

How To Make Electrical Repairs – Part 1

Emergency electrical wiring repairs should be made using the right materials for your particular application.
Here are a few choices to help you decide what you’ll need.

Electrical wiring repair options when working with damaged buried electrical cables

Methods for Repairing Buried Electrical Wiring

Direct burial electrical wiring cables (UF – Underground Feeder Cable) and electrical conduits can become damaged from a variety of situations and reasons and will need to be repaired in a way that will be a safe and lasting repair.

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2 Responses to “Making Electrical Repairs – Part 1”
  1. Dave Rongey says:

    Hi Brent,
    Follow this link which will show the Scotch Cast Splice which I have used several times.

    Dave

  2. Brent says:

    I have a direct burial 10/2 wire for a 220 that has been cut. How to I splice it back together safetly?