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I disagree. That looks like overheating of that connection and it should be replaced. The insulation is cooked because the connection is bad with overheating back several inches onto the cable from the power company. Simple repair that should be done for free and it will continue to work until it doesn't but it still should be repaired. I'll be the lights flicker during high loads or winds.

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