Question Of The Week March 19

            Questions Of The Week March 19th          

**** Welcome to another round of Questions of The Week!

Please read the Introduction and requirements, changes may have been made.

A member of the Awards Committee will post questions, at a random day/time.

Eligible members may make one post per question thread to answer the questions, and the eligible member’s winning entry must have all parts of the questions answered completely in that one post. Editing your one answer post allowed will result in disqualification.

Any disregard to the above and divulging the correct answers or giving hints/references will cause a disqualification.

First correct answers (as judged by the Awards Committee or Poster of the Questions) wins.
Request your choice by emailing and submit your Mailing address for shipping.

Choose your prize from the following list!:

** $50.00 gift certificate from Inspector Outlet
** Case of books "Now That You’ve had A Home Inspection"
** Seventeen Custom Branded Videos value $50.00 ~ your choice!

If no one is close, I may open it up to the Questions Wiz Junior Fudge

Good luck! :cowboy_hat_face:
<< If you believe someone has answered correctly, please keep it to yourself so other members may still want to participate>>

  1. Which of the following can be a source of electricity?
    a) Friction
    b) Pressure
    c) Heat
    d) Light
    e) Chemical action
    f) a-b-c
    g) all of the above

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2) Grounds or a short circuit can be all of the following except
a) Solid
b) Contracted
c) Floating
d) Partial
e) M95 Mask

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3) When a much larger than required size wire is used on circuit a breaker, it is not a hazard. If some of the strands are cut to fit the connection it is a hazard.
This is known as _______

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4) To avoid __________ the foundations should be taken beyond the depth up to which rainwater cannot reach.
a) Unequal settlement of the soil
b) Horizontal movement of the earth
c) Atmospheric action
d) Withdrawal of moisture from the sub-soil

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5) What the hell is this all about?
A deficiency? If so WHAT?

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Who SANG THIS ON what SONG? ha ha
I forget what I should say
I forget what I should do


Good questions Marc, thanks for putting those up.

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Good thing we can’t answer, eh Marcel? LOL!

Thanks, Marc, and the cab driver thanks you. too. :joy: :rofl: :lying_face: :roll_eyes:

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Burt is so cool he can win 18 billion times heh heh :trophy:


Maybe it should open up to ye guys, see if ya memory is getting foggy yet! Haha!

Just for that I may post some of the DUMB CRAP as a lesson on what NOT to do here… … … :scream: :fire:

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What do you mean, YET? LOL

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Being retired and all, just wanted to see how fresh your memory still is! Haha!

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This answer your question?:

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We better quit hijacking this tread.

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  1. G
  2. B & E
  3. Haircut
  4. C
  5. Ceiling Mount bath filler. Not a defect if the fixtures are rated for a wet location. I would also recommend they be GFCI protected
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Good questions Marc, thanks for your time!


Good questions Marc!

Come on all you Inspector Brainiacs let’s give it a try!!

  1. G
  2. E
  3. Hair cutting
  4. C
  5. Tub filler, not a deficiency dependent on splash possibility

Patty Lovelace, I Try to Think of Elvis

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3- Haircut
5- No issue -Tub ceiling faucet

I Try To Think About Elvis
Patty Loveless


I’ll give it a shot later today!


I’m waiting… … … … … … .
Ready to close it out. :cowboy_hat_face:


…and the winner is

OJ Simpson