Moving Violations Video No. 35, by Russ LeBlanc, NEC Consultant: Non-Sunlight Resistant PVC Clips & Fittings

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John Saporito (not verified)
on Nov 1, 2012

The electrical inspector must had taken a bribe.

anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 24, 2012

Bad enough that #12's are spliced to old cloth covered #10's. However, rather than cover the T-11 replace it with a 4x11/16 box & blank cover, remove the 30a CB or replace the conductors as needed. This video is indicative of the workmanship all too common today.

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