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    Anyone have a resource for replacement of the grey flexible condit for table wiring? Ours are breaking and I cannot find anything that will last more than a few months. Machines are gs92s. Tried local and stuff is too stiff and breaks. Thanks in advance.

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    Without having seen this on a a GS, I'm guessing it is "Seal Tight", I'm old, which they now refer to as "Liquid Tight". There are different types, those with metal inside, those without metal, just basically all plastic, and some have a ground wire inside. You'll have to check if yours is grounded or not, but either metallic or non-metallic inside will work. Non-metallic should be more flexible and may want to look at going to a larger diameter and if possible, increase the "bend radius" to help relieve the stress.
    Everything has to be Somewhere !!

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      It's the wire conduit that is on the 10 pin corner of the table. Plastic and are just getting old and brittle. No part number in my book. The round conduit.

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      • #4
        Forgot to point out, there is a more flexible type that resembles your pic. Can try automationdirect.com Your correct, the stuff can only last so long.

        Liquid Tight Flex.jpg
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        Everything has to be Somewhere !!

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        • #5
          Try splitting a piece of 5/8 garden hose, then tape it the full length
          John

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