I just love when Realtors question our observations.
I recently wrote this on an air conditioner compressor:
according to the manufacturer’s identification label, a 35 amp circuit breaker (see pictures) should be installed in the electric service panel for the air conditioner compressor unit. The circuit breaker in the electric panel attached to the air conditioner compressor appeared to be a 30 amp circuit breaker. Recommend that the circuit breaker be further evaluated by a licensed heating, ventilation and air conditioning technician.
This is what the listing agent emailed to me today:
My seller of XXXX was not pleased with the outcome of the inspection. The inspector asked for the A/C unit to be upgraded to 35 amps. The seller had an HVAC pro come out only to be told that it was already to code and not necessary to change. It cost him $126.00 for your inspectors mistake.
I emailed her that when we see this defect we write it up.
This was her next email:
I disagree with your assessment. The inspection objection asked the seller to install a 35 amp circuit breaker which was not needed. What was there was or is to code.
Just amazing how they want to run our business.