Thought I would share this...

This is my service panel. It’s what I got with the house, so not so proud of it. A thing that caught me off guard when I was upgrading the bedroom circuits to AFCI’s was ‘where was the bonding?’

Here are photos and the point is, it is very important to look for the torque labels, a sticker on the inside left or right wall of the panel, for diagram. Typically the Square-D’s have a sketch of where the bonding connection is made. So look at the photos and see if you can see it. Then I’ll post where it actually is in the next post.





OK here it is…

Hidden behind the neutral lug. See the green screw?


P.S. For naysayer, yes I do use crimp connections, only if UL listed and with the proper crimper.