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some pics here taken at a renovation job after the walls were opened up, a rather poor arrangement imo...

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DIY?

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Did any of you ever watch "Cable Guy"

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Not exactly a neat installation, and I would not want a diplexer and the coax connections buried inside a wall either.

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Nor would I want my coax wound around what looks like a 120V cable. Bet you get some nice interference with that!

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Is one of the NM cables not supported properly? (The one entering the knockout closest to the stud.)

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Isn't there a requirement somewhere in Art 800 that requires a separation of 4 inches between power cable and commo cable?
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What about the modification to the plastic box? Better get a testing lab to certify the field mod [Linked Image]

820.52(A)(2) requires a 2 inch separation.

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i have no knowledge of who did this, but i suspect it was probably a fish job
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The way that coax is wrapped around the NM for support I bet it wasn't a fish job.

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