I have a few to list. No grounding electrode or conductor at the outdoor structure or at the garage. No bushing on conduits with #4 awg or larger, lugs not rated for two conductors, no OCPD for the # 12 tap,equipment grounds not connected, romex used in a wet location.romex not supported at panel within 12" of box.
Some folks think the term 'hick' refers to southerners.
Well, we have 'hicks' in Michigan, too. As we use it, the term refers to residents of rural areas with limited educations. It is only derogatory if used in a derogatory context. It can also be used in jest or simply as a description.
I was also told once, but could not verify such, that the term 'hillbilly' was originated to describe people in Michigan. I was always under the impression it meant an inhabitant of the foothills of the Ozark Mountains.
To me, the context is the issue, not the term. To that extent, the guy in the video deserves no less than to be described in a manner that the video portrays.
The edit along with the description make it look like I actually said something racist. That was very poor form, if my comment was out of line then it could have been edited out in a more appropriate manner.
Ok guys, let's get back on topic before the Mod Squad has to shut this down...:roll:
Ok, so far we have the following violations:
1: A #12 double-lugged onto that 50/60 amp breaker with no supplemental OCP;
2: No grounding electrode at structure;
3: No conduit bushings;
4: Equipment grounds not connected;
5: Romex used in wet location;
6: Possible burned buss stab;
7: Code Section 334.30 violation (Anyone care to spell that one out, my 1999 NEC doesn't have that section...)
was that # 12 for the pump relay?
I have seen that many times in inspected work in southern Oregon!