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#107368 09/01/04 10:11 PM
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Of course, once the stucco is applied who worries about what the wiring
looked like >

- codeenforcementguy
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#107369 09/02/04 12:19 PM
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Hey, they have room for one more cord!


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#107370 09/02/04 02:45 PM
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...And looky here! Two 30a. circuits, just waiting to be used! [Linked Image] (complete with built-in ventilation in the box)

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Hey...the bottom left hand plug is NOT deadfront!! :-D My guess is it's one of those Gem brand plugs with the cardboard insulator (if it still HAS it).

Also, look at the orange cord. The molded plug has lost the grounding pin. It's stuck into the outlet upside down...


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