I did look at veido and I don't know how many voliations I did see it but I know it is more than 10 I can count seems that is a major issue with DIY's and homeowner if they know that kind of stuff they should learn something from legit electricians do it right from start.
What I did see.,
• wrong bubble cover • improper use the power strip • stuff blocking the electrical panels
There are few more along the way and one guy did mention about the fuse in the plug that is incryobale stupid !!
Pas de problme,il marche n'est-ce pas?"(No problem, it works doesn't it?)
I will list what I see: Panel blocked, not required clearance. Exposed romex stapled to face of stud subject to damage. Bell boxes buried. Bell boxes with improper support. No in-use covers. No GFCI protection. I would not want to be the electrical contractor on that program taking credit for that hack job. The nice thing about that video is when his house burns down, the insurance co can use it ( nail fuse)
For me, the best statement came from the guy who replaced fuses with nails: "People think I'm an electrician but I'm not."
I couldn't agree more.
One practice I saw that concerns me is the placing of Bell boxes in direct contact with, even partially buried by, the earth. When this happens, it has been my observation that not only do they rapidly fill with mud and plant roots, they also completely corrode away within a few years.