While this question is not specific to the Pushmatic Bulldog, what do you think?
The copper stranded counductors, where connected to the breakers and neutral bus had some strands cut away in order to help the conductors fit in the holes.
OK or not? I would say no.
Also, about 6 splices in the panel and only 2 of the required 6 screws holding it.
Seller’s agent produced a letter from an ‘electrician’ (no license number or insurance cert on the letterhead) saying that the panel complied with NEC and local codes. Also stated that there were no splices in the panel.
I, being the jerk I am, showed her the splices. She could not seem to understand that there was anything other than ‘code’ and a letter from G-d only know who (he was obviously no electrician).
Comments. How should I write this one. BTW: I hate (personal experience) Pushmatics.