Electrical Talk Pics & VideosCommented on: 39 weeks ago (March 27, 2014)
Two things are wrong. One is that a 20A circuit was used to power it up because it's a 15A GFCI and when the conductors were installed it wasn't torqued properly. This created arcing when it was...
To me, within sight is 5 ft as to where the motor is.
What probably happened is that a hot leg from one of the switches made contact with the plate and the device box lost its mechanical ground connection. This made the plate a conductor.
I agree W/Joe0709
The box and fittings & J box should had been stainless steel or PVC type.
A receptacle shouldn't be installed above or below the heater. The receptacle should had been installed to the left side of the heater and away from the end of the heater, but the AC unit should...