I see home inspectors giving advice to a couple whom have no idea on electrical .
If they do something wrong No way would I like to see our industry be held responsible .
I think what I said is the proper answer .
(" If you are concerned then I would get an electrician to check the system and explain what they see . ")
So sad to see Mr Johas memory seems to be leaving him .
He Continues posting false information
("You are allegedly a 40+ year Master Electrician ")
Michael is just another guy who knows every thing showing just how jealous he is of the many great Inspectors on the Nachi site .
Thanks again for confirming just what sort of a person you are giving electrical advice to a couple of guys who seem to know very little about electricity.
I am always amazed how an EXPERT??.
Loves to tell all how smart they are .
Well you are correct about my being an old man , Angry not me .
Looks to me like you are a very bitter person who tries to upset me spelling my name wrong on purpose .
What a very sad way to go through life with very few friends .
Well this went down hill fast . I do see one wire that looks like it has been over heated on the left side top . I agree with Roy Unless they know what tripped the breaker it may be in their best interest to call a electrician to do a amp test .
I recommend that you call a Qualified electrical contractor to troubleshoot and determine what is causing the breakers to trip.
There is nothing visible on your photos to suggest wiring issues inside the panel are causing the breakers to trip, except maybe a loose wire at the very top breaker. The only thing I see that the inspector may not have reported is missing handle ties at the multi-wire circuits that require common trip circuit breakers. BUT, the handle-tie requirement may not have been in force at time panel, or breakers, were installed.
It looks like you have a mix of older and newer wiring, so the issue could be anywhere.
As Chris stated no determination can be made from the photo’s that you’ve posted. What are the wiring issues that you’ve mentioned? To echo what others have said you should hire a licensed electrician to investigate any potential problems.