Assuming this is the service panel: 0) 110.12(C) broken strand in service cable grounded wire. 1) 230.70 No means to disconnect the two circuits (using wh, blk, grn cables) connected directly to service cable. 2) 230.82 Assume the two wh, blk, grn cables do not fall under this allowable connection before service disconnect. 3) 110.14(A) Assume the terminals the two wh, blk, grn cables connect to are not identified for more than one conductor. 4) 200.7(C)(1) requires the white wires connected to the red service wire to be reidentified with a color other than white, gray, or green. 5) 110.14(A) assume the lower right screw on the neutral bar is not identified for more than 1 conductor. 6) 312.5(A) grounding wire enters a hole that is not adequately closed 7) 312.5(C) the two wh, blk, grn cables are not secured to the cabinet 8) 240.51(B) there is evidence of overfusing, one or more 14 AWG or 12 AWG wires appear to be "protected" by a 30A fuse. 9) 240.54 requires type S fuses under these circumstances. 10) 250.24(B) it is unclear whether or not the neutral bar is bounded to the cabinet
It's amazing what those hacks can get away with...for a while. Just slip on a pair of ordinary gloves, grab a screwdriver with a real plastic grip, and take on the world . The insulation on those main conductors doesn't look too great. Might be some heating going on there also.
Trublu832: Can you tell us where those two SO's go?