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#108971 12/23/03 08:45 AM
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After making a point of defining proper clearances, and being assured that no problems would arise, the customer called and wants this hooked up. 100A, 480V

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What would you tell them?...S

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#108972 12/23/03 03:04 PM
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I would say YOU hook it up!


John
#108973 12/23/03 04:19 PM
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well you could quote the code and/or concerns, say that you will hook it up on thier word that they will comply to it and...

naw, faggetaboutit! [Linked Image]

#108974 12/23/03 08:08 PM
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Sparky, Electricman2
How about if they told you:
"It's OK, we already have a final inspection, it won't be a problem"
(What kind of inspector would give them a final without the installation of a "full blast" boiler?).
A crummy one...And yes I'm mad, again...S



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#108975 12/24/03 03:57 AM
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If the local inspector doesn't give a d@#$, maybe you could get OSHA interested. With that company's attitude, there might be some other "interesting" things around.


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