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  1. As far as I know we aren' required to install afci breakers unless it' new construction or remodel work. I have not been required to install them on service panel change outs.
  2. Our power co in Omaha requires a disconnect within 10' of where service leaves meter socket.
  3. Are those sub panels actually accessable,or are they mounted above a counter top?
  4. After all the years of calling those flexible pvc drain lines under sinks radiator hoses,I came across this yoday.
  5. That' impressive butchering there.
  6. Yes they do,but the ones without the metal shielding under the band's are not no-hub couplings.
  7. Those are not no-hub couplings,They'e fernco. These are no hub couplings.
  8. A no hub transition fitting would be legal around omaha,a fernco is not though. It would have to be used underground,past the footing in omaha.
  9. Yeah that's a hack install to say the least.
  10. I fixed the gas leaks,but told the management co/owner they had bigger issues.
  11. Maybe I should have that mold guy tell me what he thinks about this basement the gas co tagged for gas leaks the other day.
  12. There' nothing wrong with Goodman equip. Like anything else,it's 99% about the install.
  13. Well that would depend on what part of liner it's flush with.
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