He couldn't get the cover on it

If one had a short, it would take about 8 hours to figure it out.

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That reminds me, I had spaghetti for dinner last night! I don’t think overflowing is a good limit to use when doing box fill calculations!

Wow, not even the result of a panel relocation as it appears to be on the ceiling…


Recommend each splice be contained in it’s own Skoal box. :p;-)

I can see a little bit of open space along the top edge of the box, which leads me to believe the box may be too big…:roll::roll:

What is wrong with that, Joe? All the splices are in a junction box!!! Deal killer!

Six extension rings should about do it…


The wires under that one red wirenut look the shortest.

I’m getting sick and tired of seeing pics from my house on this board! How in the he** are you guys getting in?:mrgreen:

Reminds me of this home…

DAvid, what are you pewering with all that, the olympic sized pool addition? What a mess.

I see no problem just fill the place with a little water and you don’t have to worry any more.

This is a Spanish (Harry Homeowner) upgrade of the electrical system. To top it off, the main was 60 Amps.

I recommended to have the Fire Dept on stand-by 24 hours a day.

I’ve told people buying a house with terrible electrical problems: “don’t plug anything in except a fire alarm.”