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Old 08-17-2018, 10:07 AM   #11
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Hey Chuckster.....I'm sure some of them do still use the 7 conductor cable....maybe they are using up their stock or inventory......or.....they may just not be smart enough to know that they don't need that many conductors to make them work....who knows?
Or it could be that the 7 conductor is 8 cents a foot and the 4 conductor is 15 cents a foot when they did their last contract buys...... Knowing how "cheap" (don't think that's a bad thing to say) that Keystone is, they'd do anything to save a penny......


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Old 08-17-2018, 11:56 AM   #12
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Trekwood shows that year with a 4 wire com cable. I wonder if one of the connectors is bad or broken wire right at connector. Id cut back six inches or so and see if their is power there. If so get a new 4 wire connector and crimp tool


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