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#120918 05/22/05 01:03 PM
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In an office remodel, the tenant couldn't be bothered to hire an electrician when they moved a wall- so the rock crew left the light switches hanging. They were later "supported" by resting them on a file cabinet.
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Despite this "support," the tenant found it necessary to "move" them with a good shove. The second pic shows where the conduit coupling split to allow this movement.

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Was the file cabinet UL listed?


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