Can you describe and identify the problems?

Originally Posted By: jtedesco
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Can you describe what you see and identify the problems?







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Joe Tedesco, NEC Consultant

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Originally Posted By: jpeck
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It that a timed test? icon_biggrin.gif



Jerry Peck


South Florida

Originally Posted By: jhagarty
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One Photo that continually changes.


Joe:

You may want to take a look at this and repost.


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Joseph Hagarty

HouseMaster / Main Line, PA
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Originally Posted By: jpope
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Now I’m dizzy eusa_doh.gif



Jeff Pope


JPI Home Inspection Service


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Originally Posted By: tallen
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I do believe Joe is trying to tell us something.



I have put the past behind me,


where , however, it now sits, making rude remarks.


www.whiteglovehomeinspections.net

30 Oct 2003-- 29 Nov2005

Originally Posted By: psabados
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Hot deteriorated exterior wall receptacle.


Missing weather shield, non GFCI outlet, could be connected to GFCI breaker at the service panel.

A shocking awakening to all that may come in close proximity to. Male dogs and passing vagrants beware.

Paul

Counting down the days to Orlando 2005


Originally Posted By: jmyers
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Looks to me like the face of the receptacle is completely missing. Not only is the face missing, it is not GFCI protected, a weatherproof cover is not installed and there is 118.6 volts waiting for the first sucker that will undoubtedly be electrocuted since they are most likely standing on a solid ground path (the earth for those that are not paying attention)! icon_biggrin.gif


Joe Myers


Originally Posted By: jfarsetta
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I see death…



Joe Farsetta


Illigitimi Non Carborundum
"Dont let the bastards grind you down..."

Originally Posted By: Randy Flockton
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The person conducting the test on broken electrical apparatus isn’t wearing proper protective equiptment (gloves?) I once probed a combo device (switch/outlet) with a hotstick which was simply missing the faceplate… The switch & outlet were wired for 2 separate circuits for a potential of 240V between 2 close together terminals… a glowing fault occured somehow & let loose with so much heat that my hand was slightly burned & carbon coated from the arc even at the distance of the hotstick! Taught me a little more respect for the unknown! icon_eek.gif icon_eek.gif The breakers in the recently installed Murray panel didn’t trip either… The terminals vaporized!


-Randy


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