Electrical Code Violations

Discussion in 'Electrical Forum discussion & Blog' started by Cass, Dec 22, 2008.

  1. Cass

    Cass Plumber

    Messages:
    5,980
    Location:
    Ohio
    I started this thread so there will be one place / thread to post these under making it easier for people to find and see them and also easier to reference them when discussing similar problems.

    Please feel free to start posting violation pics here and please describe what the violation is so others with less knowlage will be able to learn...Don't just post a a bunch of pics without describing the problem...

    I or others will be merging some of the past threads under this one over time...

    Thanks, Cass
    Last edited: Dec 23, 2008
  2. rgsgww

    rgsgww New Member

    Messages:
    53
    Location:
    Ia
    http://remasinspections.com/images/ProPanel.JPG

    This is called "pro work" just look at the lower left, is that a 20 ampere gfi?
    Look at how far the romex goes after being stapled...
    -----------------
    http://www.remasinspections.com/images/MainPanelMess.jpg

    This looks very bad, I don't know what this person was thinking!
    -----------------
    http://www.electrical-contractor.net/Forum/Images/wire_044.jpg

    http://www.electrical-contractor.net/Forum/Images/wire_036.jpg

    -----------------

    Look, extension cords!

    http://electrical-contractor.net/forum/RS/550Royal_cords_2.jpg
  3. beekerc

    beekerc IT Consultant / Network Engineer

    Messages:
    94
    Location:
    Seattle
  4. rgsgww

    rgsgww New Member

    Messages:
    53
    Location:
    Ia
    Look at the bottom bus, there is a black wire with the strands split sharing two lugs.

    Some of the connectors at the top look a little crowded.
  5. GabeS

    GabeS Remodel Contractor

    Messages:
    294
    Location:
    Brooklyn NY
    The crossing over of wires. Is that allowed over the service entrance cables?
  6. Speedy Petey

    Speedy Petey Licensed Electrical Contractor

    Messages:
    996
    Location:
    NY State, USA
    Yes it is, and those are feeders, not S-E conductors.
Similar Threads: Electrical Code
Forum Title Date
Electrical Forum discussion & Blog 1985 Electrical Code, Bathroom Circuit Amperage in Georgia Oct 19, 2011
Electrical Forum discussion & Blog NC Electrical Code - 20A GFCI Circuit in bathroom Dec 20, 2009
Electrical Forum discussion & Blog Electrical code on Busway to a water line Aug 15, 2007
Electrical Forum discussion & Blog Septic system electrical lines Jun 24, 2014
Electrical Forum discussion & Blog Installing Garbage Disposer electrical Jun 18, 2014

Share This Page