Electrical Talk Pics & VideosCommented on: 3 years 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...
Very good article. I have troubleshot circuits that had no voltage at the point of use and found loose connections and reversed polarities at the junction boxes and made corrections.
Who makes it and how much does it cost? (for cost effect)
I don't think it was an electrician that did this. It must have been someone that thinks he/she is an electrician. But that is a disaster waiting to happen, if it didn't happen already!!!
Should had a 1900 box for splicing the cable with the proper connectors.
The installer was too lazy to route it into a proper grounding means.