Did any of the bedrooms have one of these?
According to Mike Holt the NEC requires the “AFCI protection device to de-energize the circuit and protect the entire circuit from an arc fault. The only device that can de-energize the circuit when an arc fault is detected is the AFCI circuit breaker. AFCI receptacles of the type listed to detect upstream series arc faults will not de-energize the circuit from parallel type arcing faults that may occur upstream of the device. Therefor they cannot be used to meet the NEC requirement of 210.12. (graphic)”
I’ve seen Manufactured Homes with only recepticle type AFCI’s Installed, without mentioning code or the NEC, I say that im my opinion this is installation does not conform to standard intallation procedures and does not de-energize the complete circuit which could still present a hazard. I recommend that a licensed electrician evaluate the system and possibly install AFCI Circuit Breakers.
It’s a difficult argument to make sometimes, the Manufacutred HOme was supposedly Inspected by HUD Inspectors, and there is almost always a sticker on the main panel that some “inspector” has signed off on.