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    Yea Whatever the other guy said:?

    Yea
    Whatever the other guy said:?
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    Never looked at it thay way. thx

    Never looked at it thay way. thx
  3. Thread: mice !!

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    You've never seen a squrrel dig under a...

    You've never seen a squrrel dig under a foundation?
    Same for mice.


    We have PHD varmints out here on the west coast!
  4. It is contractors responsibility period. The...

    It is contractors responsibility period.

    The stickey point is you really can't be paid for something not delivered to the site.
    If the person in control of the job took possion and placed them...
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    breakers in good working condition do not trip to...

    breakers in good working condition do not trip to the off position. Some DIY may think they are in the off but they should not.
    If I am wrong then please some manufacture chime in.


    We are just...
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    The OP stated that he did in fact find a so...

    The OP stated that he did in fact find a so called "bad wire" . This is a new home and there is a bad wire?

    I would have checked to see where that bad wire is and what caused it. Because if it is...
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    Scolaz Something is very fishy here. I use...

    Scolaz

    Something is very fishy here. I use Murray, Siemens and Homeline all the time. I have never seen a Siemens trip to the off position in my life. I have installed many a siemens AFCI in older...
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    WOW if the non AFCI breakers are tripping then...

    WOW if the non AFCI breakers are tripping then I'd say gremlins.

    Try this:
    There should be no current on the grounding wire. If this is a sub panel as it sounds like. Can you isolate the feeder...
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    Oh just use duct tape! Just kidding.

    Oh just use duct tape! Just kidding.
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    Are they in the tripped position or the off. ...

    Are they in the tripped position or the off.
    Only a AFCI or a GFCI can trip with no load wires connected.
    A two way radio can trip these.
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    Yeah that is what I was thinking. Next the CMP...

    Yeah that is what I was thinking.
    Next the CMP will say that was not the intention.

    To me what is the difference if the Box is on the surface or attached to the Plywood or a block within the...
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    forgot about the backfeed exception. Do they make...

    forgot about the backfeed exception. Do they make such swiches like for PV that do not have exposed blades?
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    That speaks of switch operation. The OP is...

    That speaks of switch operation.
    The OP is asking about top and line connections.

    I would think the switch is labled with that the top is line. Bottom Load.
    I would not like to see the blades...
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    He's going to say pull that out as it must not be...

    He's going to say pull that out as it must not be a real GFCI. or Pull that out as it is not listed. or someting.

    Any inspector that has the nerve to complain fail an inspection about a circuit...
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    Yea that is why I made that comment. However. ...

    Yea that is why I made that comment. However.


    We need to be fluent in our work not doing things twice because we did not know better. The classes I took were on some advanced controls. If I...
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    Really, Which of the duplex holes do you...

    Really,

    Which of the duplex holes do you leave empty?
    The duplex is no longer to be supported only by the center plate screw.
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    Interesting concept. Never thought of it from...

    Interesting concept. Never thought of it from that perspective. Not Ivy league but there are some safety issues that place lives in your hands.



    I think I have posted that already



    I...
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    Seems like another flogging of a inspector is...

    Seems like another flogging of a inspector is imminent.....:rant:
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    then the guy is wrong

    then the guy is wrong
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    Personally if I had only passed by 1 point I...

    Personally if I had only passed by 1 point I would not be to happy with that. I would be concerned that I do not know as much as I should. I would be quite depressed about that. It would surely...
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    Really! Then how do you install surface...

    Really!

    Then how do you install surface mounted boxes and covers like the OP has suggested. The recep is attached to the cover, then the cover is attached to a box like a 4s.
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    Yea you are right I think most states have...

    Yea you are right I think most states have provisions to contest the test. However in most if not all instances you are not going to change the "most right " , "the more right" , "the best answer"...
  23. Feeder conductor as used in a riser panel would...

    Feeder conductor as used in a riser panel would not be seperate owners in todays US market. I belive it is against the utilities as you cannot choose your power company as you are not seperate...
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    the box you use with those raised metal 907 type...

    the box you use with those raised metal 907 type covers are just a standard 4s box as pictured here. they cpme standard and deep, 1/2" and 2/4 in conduit ko's. ...
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    But that is how tests are written. The most...

    But that is how tests are written. The most correct or the best answer is the correct one.
    That is how it is done today. I hate it.
    Like it or not you aint gonna change it anytime soon.
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