Main is on in the left position not the right
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What's coming in at the top center of the panel, conduit or two pieces of NM or SE stuffed
into one clamp? Looking at the two 2 pole breakers on the lower right it looks like one has
two black wires and the other has two white wires, one remarked with red tape. Did they
mix conductors from two circuits or is it just the lighting? If they mixed up circuits I don't
know how that would ever work. If it's conduit did they pull two black wires for one circuit
and two white wires for a second? It looks more like four black wires, two to the top left
two pole breaker and two to the lower right two pole breaker.
As electrofelon noted the green bonding screw is in, so all four of the vertical bus bars
are good for neutral or ground, assuming this is the service. Maybe the HI thought the
left and right sets of bus bars weren't connected. If that was the case he might think the
two white wires from the AFCIs needed to be moved to the right set of bus bars. And the
ground wire on the right set of bus bars moved to the left.
Are the top breakers not Square D brand? Can you put non Square D breakers in a Square D
panel? I've seen GE, ITE and Bryant all mixed up.
There are a couple of ground wires twisted together, was that ever allowed?
Most important question in my mind is whether that main breaker is the service disconnecting means or not. If yes, not much wrong, just some minor easy things already mentioned. If no, then neutral and grounds have to be separated. It appears to me they are all connected.
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