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#106532 03/11/05 05:22 PM
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Shouldn't that terminal block be in a proper box first of all? [Linked Image]

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hmmmm ....

Can you give us a Hint??

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What are you talking about [Linked Image]

The only minor thing I see is that it could use a bushing going through the drywall

Wait, I think you are purposely hiding the violation by not showing all of the picture.

Shame on you trying to trick us like that!!

Sheeesh, some inspectors are so picky [Linked Image]


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110.14(A) [Linked Image] FOR SHAME!
Nice job otherwise, though.

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Should have used metal studs their not combustible!

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Shouldn't that terminal block be in a proper box first of all?

It is. It's a 1000+ sq. ft. box with its own access door and inspection windows. [Linked Image]

No problem with box fill there! [Linked Image]

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Looks like there are two neutrals in a single hole on the bottom block...

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Rename post: Can you find what is not a violation?


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there are two neutrals

They are white, but considering their surroundings I'd be reluctant to think that they're neutrals [Linked Image]

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