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Old 04-05-2017, 08:11 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Semi-Ret Electrician View Post
That's correct in the old section. Probably since the 50's.

I refuse to wiggle into the 27" electrical room and cycle the disconnects.

They will probably break apart and become a fireball.

The trustees have no problem paying $18K to strip and wax the floors but refuse to correct their electrical problems.

I'm off the project now and signed off, with lots of disclaimers.
Let's hope that the insurance company or who ever it was that had you come out will fix the problems before there is a serious problem.

I've been known to make snowflakes whine!
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