Hey Paul, here is a good one

Enjoy this one.

Here is that one I had mention was a DIY’er.:eek:

How many violations can you spot?;-):smiley:

From the picture it looks as though the messenger wire is missing but the rest looks like AT&t installed the hooks to high .

How tall was that chimney?

The photo with the chimney is not what is appears to be due to angle and point at which I took it. That is the house next door. Ignore that.

On the other hand the wires coming to the subject house in this photo are one more of several issues in the list The whole dang thing is FUBAR’ed to begin with.

Look at the triplex and tell me what you see is wrong Bob… :wink:

Quiz time… tick tock tick tock…

It looks like the one hot leg splice is bare and up against the downspout.

The mast should not be used as support for the phone or cable line.

The poco anchor is higher than the mast head.

lol…Is that the one you called me about. It was you that called me right…lol…man I am sorry as I forget names alot.

Please expand on this…

Tis the one…this week…
Scary isn’t it.


Jim is refering to the following I am sure :

**[FONT=Times New Roman][size=2]230.54© Service Heads and Goosenecks Above Service-Drop
Attachment. **[/size][/FONT][FONT=Times New Roman][size=2]Service heads and goosenecks in serviceentrance
cables shall be located above the point of attachment
of the service-drop conductors to the building or other
[/size][/FONT]*[FONT=Times New Roman][size=2]Exception: Where it is impracticable to locate the service
head or gooseneck above the point of attachment, the service
head or gooseneck location shall be permitted not
farther than 600 mm (24 in.) from the point of attachment.

Thanks, Paul. :smiley: