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Old 04-15-2009, 07:54 AM  
speedy petey
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Originally Posted by kok328 View Post

Actually, the last piece of SE cable I had; had two insulated hots, one insulated neutral and one bare ground (all aluminum).
That is SER.
What is show in the installation above is SEU.

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