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A realtor on site remarked, as she noticed my struggle to pull a panel cover out from behind a piece of wood trim that had no obvious reason to be there, that I was the first inspector she had ever seen remove a panel cover.  (She was not very old, and likely had not seen very many inspectors.  She said the other guys just locate it and note whether it is labeled.)

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47 minutes ago, Jim Baird said:

A realtor on site remarked, as she noticed my struggle to pull a panel cover out from behind a piece of wood trim that had no obvious reason to be there, that I was the first inspector she had ever seen remove a panel cover.  (She was not very old, and likely had not seen very many inspectors.  She said the other guys just locate it and note whether it is labeled.)

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I'd ignore him/her.

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It's required here. Illinois SOP: 

k)         When, pursuant to the written agreement with a client, the electrical system is inspected, the home inspector shall:

1)         Inspect the ...  interior components of service panels and subpanels; ...

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