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"My friend, the plumber" #114699
06/10/03 12:40 PM
06/10/03 12:40 PM
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My friend, the plumber bought a house. One of the big selling points was the "all copper" plumbing. He wasn't that impressed.

This was his laundry circuit.

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(This also, was approved by another home inspector)...S
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Re: "My friend, the plumber" #114700
06/10/03 01:20 PM
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I see how the tab that is supposed to prevent you from inserting a three-pin grounded plug into that female connector was sliced right off...

Why does the jacket on the right-most cable look like it's overheated and burnt? [Linked Image]

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06/10/03 04:38 PM
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But why go to the store and buy a proper receptacle, box, and cover plate when you have this old extension cord handy that you can utilize?! [Linked Image]

Is there even a wirenut holding the ground wires together? It looks as though they're just twisted around each other. (Not that it would have much effect on the washer anyway [Linked Image]).

Re: "My friend, the plumber" #114702
06/10/03 06:27 PM
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the home inspector that passed this house obviously was slipped some $$$$$$$$$

Re: "My friend, the plumber" #114703
06/11/03 09:18 AM
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It's really cute how the tap on the water line is pointing directly at the burnt spot on the cable [Linked Image]
'They can't see it, we can just put this anywhere!'

Re: "My friend, the plumber" #114704
06/12/03 08:01 AM
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I wonder which came first...the extension cord tap or the third piece of romex (anyone wanna guess which one is the "odd man out"?) Too bad a box, a receptacle, and a licensed sparky wasn't a part of this setup.

Now for a little fuzzy logic...in case of fire, the little plastic tubing will melt and extinguish the fire... [Linked Image]

Mike (mamills)

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