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abandon wiring #88253 05/24/04 07:49 AM
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Check this out inspector has us remove old mobil home wiring in the ground it was removed from the box and cut when the old trailor was moved apparently.Don`t know where the other end is didn`t see it when we dug new service.Guess I`ll find it today. Is this right? I didn`t even see the wire when we done the job friday Or at least I would have cut it off. Guess now I`ll have to dig it up.

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Re: abandon wiring #88254 05/24/04 01:45 PM
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I don't believe the NEC requires the removal of unused or abandoned power, lighting, or appliance circuits. Did the inspector cite an actual code violation?


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