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:laughing: I hope that's not what you did.

1. That lug isn't rated for more than one wire. Good chance that connection will become loose and arc/burn.

2. Metal frame cant be carrying neutral current. Grounding system has current on it now. Possible fire and shock hazard.
 

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That's butchered. Good luck to anyone who needs to ever remove one of the neutrals.
When people post **** like this its hard to argue with charging more than a landscaper on Craigslist , who does electric on the side.
Cause this is not profesional work.
 

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That's butchered. Good luck to anyone who needs to ever remove one of the neutrals.
When people post **** like this its hard to argue with charging more than a landscaper on Craigslist , who does electric on the side.
Cause this is not profesional work.
You guys charge more than cl landscapers? Dangit I need to charge more.
 

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Truthfully, I would be ok with the grounds like that but I would never, ever do the neutrals like that. I would double up the grounds in a heart beat. I may even be OK with 2 neutrals under a screw on the bar. Never under a ground screw.
**** like this the inspector should be able to take away some kind of points.
 

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Oh, and you missed 250.12, but you can't even worry about it because you
voided the install in other ways!

I'm almost sure I'd never ever post a picture here! :thumbup:
 

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Big John said:
:laughing: People end up having to go take Defensive Electrical Work classes and blow into a breathalyzer to unlock their tool box.
For a good period of time , my tools were alcohol activated. Lol. I would fail such classes.
 
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