Joe: Well, I guess I can start out - I know I won't get them all, but the ones that seem to be the most obvious: 1. No cover on the box, 2. No bushings or anti-shorts on any of these connectors, 3. Wrong type of connector used for the AC cable at 9:00 (loose connector, also), 4. No grounding to speak of, except the inadequate backwrap on the older romex at 3:00 - looks kinda like one on the 14-2-G at 12:00 also, 5. Looks like someone trying to pass off a red or orange wire as a white, 6. Might be a wire-fill issue in this little box, 7. Conductors probably not the proper length for extending outside the box, 8. If OC protection for this circuit is 20 amp, the 14-2-G romex is in trouble.
That's about all that's obvious to me. I don't know if it's a violation or not, but I don't have a lot of faith in those wirenut splices.
Re: At least a dozen violations here!#105290 08/27/0403:40 PM08/27/0403:40 PM
9. It looks like a 3" octogon box. 10. I heard wire nuts aren't listed to be wrapped with tape. 11. 9:00 locknut looks loose. 8. (continued) The top white wire looks like it says 12 on it so it might be the only properly sized wire on a 20 amp circuit. 12. 6:00 looks like 3/8" FMC which probably isn't a fixture whip.
[This message has been edited by Ralpha494 (edited 08-27-2004).]
Re: At least a dozen violations here!#105291 08/27/0407:27 PM08/27/0407:27 PM