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  1. I think it's warm outside and they're not using whatever that thing is.The top is rusty so they planted a plant on the tapestry to make potential buyers feel warm and fuzzy. You have to admit, it's very Martha Stewart. Or Rod Stewart. Whatever. And, it's better to hear it here: CO is the problem in this case, not CO2. When the beer no longer comes out of the tap- that's a CO2 problem. Yep the whole co2 thing, had to laugh when I saw I posted that. I had to go edit my original post.
  2. Found this setup at recent inspection. It would seem to me that combustion air is a problem, also potential for CO, not to mention the fabric and plant sitting on top, What are your thoughts? Click to Enlarge 54.43 KB
  3. Thanks, thats what I had suspected. Yep it did say HOT and the light was an orange color and flickered.
  4. Can someone tell me what the light is for on this dimmer switch? Click to Enlarge 17.81 KB Thanks in advance.
  5. What you just said is what I was suspecting. Thanks for the second opinion.
  6. Does anyone know what this is, it was about 2 feet from the foundation on the back side of house built in 68. Click to Enlarge 83.56 KB
  7. Thanks for your response ben. There was no main disconnect by the meter. When I see a panel with no main disconnect it looks like all breakers would need to be flipped to turn off all power to home but I know that there are panels where there is no main disconnect and the first few breakers power the oven, dryer, AC, etc and then there is a breaker that turns off power to the breakers below it. How can I tell if one of the breakers turns off power to the breakers below it? I want to be able to figure out if a panel with no main disconnect complies with the NEC requirement of 6 or less handmovements to turn off all power to home.
  8. Im a new home inspector with a quick question. It should take 6 or less handmovements to turn off all power to home. In a panel with no main disconnect, how do you know if one of the breakers turns off power to the rest? Thanks, Scott Click to Enlarge 53.45 KB
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