How do you connect Romex cable to metal box?

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Quote from Youtube video: Tie white on white and black and black together with your wire nuts. And then make a little loop with your ground that we can go ahead and screw into the junction box when we install.

Can you run Romex into a metal box?

Even if the device does not complete the ground, Romex or NM wiring can always be used with metal electrical boxes by attaching the bare or green grounding wire to the box by a screw.

How close does NM cable have to be stapled to any junction box?

12 inches

Runs of NM cable must be supported at least every 54 inches. 1 They also must be secured within 12 inches of an electrical box that includes a cable clamp or within eight inches of a box or enclosure without a cable clamp. Keep in mind that “support” does not always mean fastening the cable to framing.

What is used to secure nonmetallic cables to an electrical box?

Nonmetallic-sheathed cable shall be supported and secured by staples, cable ties, straps, hangers, or similar fittings designed and installed so as not to damage the cable, at intervals not exceeding 1.4 m (4 ½ ft) and within 300 mm (12 in.) of every outlet box, junction box, cabinet, or fitting.

How do you wire a metal outlet box?

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Quote from Youtube video: And the metal cover that's on the front is grounded to the device which is grounded back to the panel. So it's extremely important to make sure that you've got that wire.

How many nm cables does a clamp have?

Most NM-connectors are UL-approved for securing only one NM-cable to a panel box. But some are rated for two #14 or #12 cables, and we know of one 3/4” connector that is rated for three. Check the box for the number approved by the manufacturer, but it’s definitely not more than three.

Do metal outlet boxes need to be grounded?

yes, the box should be grounded. It should not be grounded through the devices, but by means of a machine screw, clip, or through metal conduit.

What is an NM cable?

The non-metallic (NM) designation refers to the outer sheathing that bundles individual wires together like a cable. This is in contrast to metallic sheathed cable or conduit wiring, in which the bundle of individual conductors is protected by some form of a metal coil or metal conduit.