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Can you put NMD 90 in conduit aboveground? Looking to run 6/3 NMD 90 to spa pack from garage. Garage is completely finished, this is the easiest way and I also have a piece of 6/3 leftover from a renovation.

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Can you put NMD 90 in conduit aboveground? Looking to run 6/3 NMD 90 to spa pack from garage. Garage is completely finished, this is the easiest way and I also have a piece of 6/3 leftover from a renovation.

Thanks in advance
Hahner just because it’s # 6 it doesn’t mean it’s good for 65 amps it depends on the insulation and if you pull cable in a conduit it still has to be approved for wet locations
 

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