Arc Fault Break Tripping when any light switch turned on
SparkyKaboom (poster #56) I didn't notice your geographic location. I once (some time ago) worked with the Canadian Electrical Code. Right now the NEC (National Electrical Code) on top of the local amendments is what I apply to my work. But what I said in one of my posts applies just the same. That it's much easier and less costly in terms of time and money spent, to correct a violation rather than take it to Court. Because when an Inspector issues a violation, it's based on Code. The court will automatically call an Expert Witness, who will only confirm that the violation must be corrected.
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