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No enough working space at disconnecting means!
This link will take you to the list of many EC&M articles I wrote since 2000 showing Electrical Code Violations.

The NFPA 2017 NEC Pocket Guides to Commercial, and Residential Electrical Installations can help you learn how to make Electrical Inspections. They are designed to take you from the slab, to the final inspection. They are available as an Ebook, or soft bound version. I have them on my MAC and PC desktops, IPAD and IPOD. I will add more here about the contents, and layout of the rules contained in them. Stay tuned.
I will contact Pittsburg State University graphic's department and ask why they continue to allow this Death Threat to remain!
Not a good idea at all!
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Be careful out there!

Thank you for sending me this video, it was the best of three that I did!!

Flexible metal conduit (greenfield) is not permitted to be used as stem for lighting fixtures.
SheehanThomson wrote:Yes

They should file a complaint about the way in which this work was done in the first place, and now by someone: http://www.dopl.utah.gov/investigations/complaint.html
Very complicated. I would recommend hiring an engineer to evaluate this situation. Is the installation in Utah?
Pete Campbell wrote:Joe, now you see why I was lost.

And now you have found your way if you should ever find this type of equipment.
Mike Casey wrote:Joe:

I've never seen a temperature sensing electrical disconnect added to an electric water heater. Possibly they are inside and factory installed? All I ever see is a TPRV valve, which would release excess pressure or temperature, but not turn off the electric to the heater. Is there such as device made? I know Watts used to make the 210 valve for gas heaters.


See No. 22 here: https://law.resource.org/pub/us/cfr/ibr/006/ul.174.1989.pdf
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