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A cable is looped over my fence and was supposed to be buried a couple of years ago and is still above ground. When will it get buried before winter?

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I'd say unless you bury it before winter it won't be !

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The simplest installation would be CPVC pipe. PVC would be okay for cold water only, but don't believe you can buy PVC faucets, etc. (only CPVC).

The depth should be below the frost line for your region -- I looked for that, but it wasn't easily found. My guess is it's in the range of 4-5 feet.
But you should verify that, maybe thru the local building inspection agency.

No pipe (expandable or not) is going to be immune to freezing/bursting unless it's below the frost line.

If you drain/blowout the entire leg during the winter, it doesn't matter how deep you bury it. If there's no water in the line, it won't burst.

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You have got to make sure there are no weeds or brush at all touching the hot wire. Nothing can touch it or it pulls the voltage level way down. Do a full inspection of line.

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Yes you can connect these wires to ground
this is used to prevent "Ground Loops" (un-even ground points in the system)
un-even ground points cause engine whine noise in the system and by connecting the stereo and amplifier grounds together usually resolves this issue..
So just connect one end to the same ground as the stereo and the other end to the amplifier ground location..

Hope this info helps

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The RCA cabels may be too close to the power cable. More likely the negative lead is not connected directly to the car body. If it is, find another place on the car body.

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