Just booked inspection for tonight and took a quick look at the report for the client who referred me when my eyes caught a common issue I find but never see discussed here.
Under cabinet Halogen lights are popular and run on low voltage of usually 12 volts ,so they often run conductors through the cabinets by drilling holes.
The low voltage wiring is not much of an issue but these lights are feed by transformers that are meant to be plugged in to an 110v outlet.
Often times I am unable to locate the transformer meaning it must be buried inside the wall.
What if anything do you guys write up in the report if anything about the fact that a 110v transformer with appliance plug may be buried in the wall cavity?
Here is a link to the type I am speaking of in case you are not sure what I am referring to.http://www.eclectic-ware.com/Eclectic-ware/Hera/Hera_ARFS_halogen_lights/hera_arfs_halogen_lights.html