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Originally posted by randynavarro

Well, I'm specifically enquiring what y'all's opinion of spaghetti is, not any other wiring issues that may be there.

Maybe something about "professional and workmanlike standards. . . ?"

I would characterize it as "a disorganized mess".

Brian G.

Maybe Throw in "Worse Than My Son's Room" [:-slaphap

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Hi,

They brought all of that cable in through the back of the panel at the bottom and then they had to turn it, twice, to connect to breakers. That can make for a pretty confusing mess but it's not necessarily a bad thing. Sure, they're cool when they bring them all in from to the top and bottom in one straight shot and they're all nicely arranged , but not every electrician is an artist at his/her craft.

ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!!

Mike

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Originally posted by randynavarro

Well, I'm specifically enquiring what y'all's opinion of spaghetti is, not any other wiring issues that may be there.

Maybe something about "professional and workmanlike standards. . . ?"

You're thinking of 110.12:

Electrical equipment shall be installed in a neat and workmanlike manner.

If you want to know exactly what "neat & workmanlike manner" means, get NECA 1-2000, Standard Practices for Good Workmanship in Electrical Contracting.

Personally, I don't flag stuff like this.

- Jim Katen, Oregon

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