I'm just wondering if something wiring-related is a no-no.
I've got a couple spools of perfectly good #14 stranded wire. Problem
is, they're red, and I have a small job requiring white & black.
So would it be the end of the world if I used red instead of black? Does
the NEC have anything to say about this? (I would, of course, use white
for the neutral conductor.)
I wouldn't make a practice of this, as I like to follow standard/best
practice to the letter. This is for a friend, or for my own wiring jobs.
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