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Old 04-02-2020, 07:29 PM   #235 (permalink)
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Putting RMC down 18 inches would likely be fine, I have found direct burial cable down 4 inches and it was supposedly inspected by the county inspector.
If I remember correctly there is no national electric code minimum for buried conduit spacing. Local codes may be different.
I would recommend they not touch each other, only to prevent rubbing and corrosion.
Through the wall really should have an access box or junction box on the inside or outside, do both inside and outside if possible.
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