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    Were you there at the time of inspection? If I...

    Were you there at the time of inspection?
    If I were I would have ripped those buggers out faster than he could write a correction notice.
    If they were not a required luminaire then he would have...
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    Wow did ot know that the NEC put that section in...

    Wow did ot know that the NEC put that section in and then took it back out again?
    Flip Flop ,,
  3. You mean GFCI protection for the feeder.

    You mean GFCI protection for the feeder.
  4. Edward thanks for that post that is a pretty...

    Edward thanks for that post that is a pretty handy product when you have problem like a pipe.


    To the OP this install is not all that bad as certain bar lights it would be acceptable, not great...
  5. When cutting concrete on grade make sure the slab...

    When cutting concrete on grade make sure the slab is not a tension cable type. Cutting into one of those is dangerous and expensive.
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    Confused! huh, You have a business relationship...

    Confused!
    huh, You have a business relationship with the OP?

    In our locals, The UFFER would have to be signed off prior to the pour. It's a seperate item on the ispection card. Someone could be...
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    I am a bit confused, The OP speaks of Bonding and...

    I am a bit confused, The OP speaks of Bonding and landing supply ( line side Nuetrals) being landed in the CT compartment.
    I have never heard of not landing the nuetral in the CT. Maybe your area...
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    In our counties the CCE is part of the footing...

    In our counties the CCE is part of the footing form inspection. That is supposed to be there or does not pass. A missed one may need to be re poured.:happysad:
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    Some printers just dont want to get powered off...

    Some printers just dont want to get powered off simply by turning off the power. They actually get damaged sometimes.
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    I don't think Malice as that would mean that the...

    I don't think Malice as that would mean that the intention of the EE was malicious. I do however it it the way the EE is dealing with

    250.122(b).


    Also it takes time to talk over a problem, it...
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    I don't think the Energy code intent was to turn...

    I don't think the Energy code intent was to turn off critical equipment such as computers , The intent is for stuff like , Lights, monitors, non esential perifrial equpment.
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    I really am sorry , Sorry for being so abrasive....

    I really am sorry , Sorry for being so abrasive. I have had many projects go afoul and cost me tens of thousands over the years due to incomplete , inaccurate or just blatant not code compliant...
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    I am sorry if I offended some. I let myself get...

    I am sorry if I offended some. I let myself get roped into this stuff again.
    I just have had too much experience with arrogant EE.
    They are god and the EC must cave in.
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    Looks like a accident in the waiting

    Looks like a accident in the waiting
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    Engineers need to go before the boards that...

    Engineers need to go before the boards that license them and face diciplinary actions for their incompetence or willful fudging of the numbers or specs knowing they are wrong.
    Pay fines or loose...
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    You guy's are correct. The problem is some EE...

    You guy's are correct.

    The problem is some EE and contractors think they can bid projects based on change orders to make the profit.
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    Bingo! Yes I would belive for voltage drop. ...

    Bingo!
    Yes I would belive for voltage drop.
    The problem is they do not specify a larger upsized grounding conductor.

    That to me is Fraud. as to me the EE is trying to evade the upsizing of...
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    Amazing, Simply amazing. A job is not really...

    Amazing, Simply amazing.
    A job is not really profitable if the end result is incomplete. The problem as I see it is that you decide the level of what you provide pass the problems on the the...
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    Yea and the customers just eat that up. Yes in...

    Yea and the customers just eat that up.
    Yes in my own experience some customers don't accept the added cost of troubleshooting there perfectly working house prior to a up grade panel because they...
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    Of course we are not afraid of benjamins, the...

    Of course we are not afraid of benjamins, the issue is will the customer will pay you for the added cost or pay someone else to bootleg the install.
    OR
    Take on the probplem of AFCI tripping...
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    That is such garbage! I understand that you can...

    That is such garbage! I understand that you can only do what you get paid for but that is just screwed up. I am sure you don't tell the client that you are providing incomplete plans as you will not...
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    I beg to differ. Don't take the job then. ...

    I beg to differ. Don't take the job then.

    Then why don't you just pass on the job. We EC can't leave stuff out just because we are not getting paid enough. We either choose to pass or make...
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    Lube?

    Lube?
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    In a case like this what grounds the meter can...

    In a case like this what grounds the meter can other than the nuetral?
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    Why not just replace the breaker with a new one...

    Why not just replace the breaker with a new one and see if the problem persists.
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