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#188294 07/29/09 03:26 AM
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I disconnected the tap that was feeding the detached garage, the panel is full, so now she wants a quote on restoring power to her garage. The conductors were #10 The building is about 60 ft from panel


My call today was for counter plugs not working.
their is 4 kitchen counter plugs all one one circuit plus the dishwasher connected. 14 guage wire on a 20 amp breaker.for now i changed the breaker to 15 amp


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Good Lord!!!
They say a picture says a thousand words, from what I can see in these 3 pictures, most of them words are profane. grin

That box in the last pic, just defies belief.

"Is there a handyman in the house?" clap

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At least they ran all the conductors through a single bushed hole, however I dont see a egc. maybe its a feeder for ac unit or stove......?


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