with 20 yeasrs or home and store wiring
you for got
c.rempve all wire and pull ropes and repull tham with the new ones
d. wiring a store i mite scrap the old wire and pull new wire in
sorry for the bad news
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Sent: Friday, August 01, 2003 10:07 AM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Pull rope twisted in conduit
> In a message dated 8/1/03 09:53:47 Central Daylight Time,
> > B. Fish a new pull rope through the conduit? If this is the right
> > what's the right way to do it? This sounds like the proper thing to do,
> > can figure out how.
> B. gets my vote, Jim.
> You can get a "Fish Tape" from some of the big Home Depot type
> or an electrical supply house. Ideal makes a decent one which isn't very
> If you get the type with a hook on the end, tape and lube the end b4 you
> stick it into the conduit.... The fish tape can get really stuck
> Lube ANY wire before pulling. The friction created during a pull can
> abrade the new wire and some old ones too. The damage is, of course,
> in the pipe and can be a lot of fun finding. It usually doesn't show up
> water gets involved.
> GL es 73,
> Don - K4BEV
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