I had a wall in a family room that had built-in cabinets installed along the entire length of about 12 feet, to meet the 12-foot rule I installed an outlet in one of the cabinets down near the floor. You have to open the cabinet door to get to it. The inspector (I wasn't there) rejected because he said the outlet wasn't "readily accessible" and wanted another outlet installed above it over the shelf. I didn't take a picture of it. Isn't opening a cabinet door to get to an outlet considered "readily accessible?" I thought so. Maybe not, any thoughts?