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Was this near the joint between 2 parts of a modular home?

2006 site built garden home on a slab 1300 sq ft no garage

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Could they have been planning some type of low voltage or remote control system that would have put a receiver to each light and outlet, controlled by a central computer?

I have visited some Homes of Tomorrow that had everything wired through computers, but never got to see behind the scenes how things were wired.

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Accommodations for a future grow-op?

Marc

That thought crossed my mind too, but it's hard to imagine druggies being that neat or bothering with J-box cover plates.

Phillip seems to find the weirdest stuff. I sometimes think that people do things like this just to mess with his head!

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They were using pieces of wire not long enough, so they spliced them in those boxes.

That's a possibility. The house, built in '06, could have been a victim of wire theft.

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I believe if it was wire theft there would be boxes where the wires when down the wall.

I have seen this set up before in the same subdivison.

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Phillip -

Did you spend the time to flip the switches to see which one operated what fixture?

the only switch up there was for the attic light

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