True, NM is the type of cable. The cable is named nonmetallic
sheathed cable. Most people just call it rope or Romex.
Anyway, the post is about the stapler. Do they work? Using a hammer
and nails seems old fashioned.
Nonmetallic-Sheathed Cable. A factory assembly of two
or more insulated conductors enclosed within an overall
Type NM. Insulated conductors enclosed within an overall
Type NMC. Insulated conductors enclosed within an overall,
corrosion resistant, nonmetallic jacket.
Type NMS. Insulated power or control conductors with
signaling, data, and communications conductors within an
overall nonmetallic jacket.
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