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  1. Residential Electrical Forum
    Hello, everyone. First post here. And that's not a typo in the subject line. I am finishing part of my basement to put in a new master bedroom, bathroom, and closet. I was planning on putting the panel in the walk-in closet but enclosing it in a full enclosure of the appropriate size (floor to...
  2. Canadian Electrical Forum
    Wondering about the rules on this. House load is about 60 Amps but plan on adding a future garage/shop. Here's the info I have: Transformer to meter on the house is 360 ft buried. cable is 3c 4/0 aluminum Regular 240 v service for the house load is 60 A for now Inspector came through and...
  3. Residential Electrical Forum
    Got a call from a customer who reported that lightning struck his house. The strike blew three feet off his brick chimney, tripped four breakers and all the GFCI's in the house and smoked a couple of TVs'. His wife was in the kitchen when it hit and said that sparks shot out of the...
  4. Residential Electrical Forum
    I get this question a lot. Especially since there are a ton of ****ty flippers around. Recent finds have been romex where the ground was jumpered to the neutral on receptacles (obviously no AFCIs in the panel). Another good one was a new electric oven wired with #10 on a 30 amp DP breaker (no...
  5. Canadian Electrical Forum
    Hey guys, I've got a doozy of a situation here. I trusted the wrong guy to install a service for me while I was away on holidays. When I came back, the installation had failed inspection due to no clamps on the service mast. So the issue I'm having, is how to get the mast clamps on without...
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