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Old 06-05-2011, 08:16 PM   #16
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I didn’t catch the 100A earlier, nor did I do the math on the ‘oversizing’, but I’d bet on kbsparky’s side now that I see that.

I’ll keep my fingers crossed for ya Will !!


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I'm mostly hoping to work out with the supervisor that he'll take pity on my unemployment and the inspectors bad people skills and waive reinspection tommorrow, then I'll be able to get one more reinspection if needed by doing it together with a final inspection on the older permit I have open.

Not ready yet for final because I have 3 outlets where drywall isn't up yet. That I can do tommorrow, although I would still have Tuesday because he has Tuesdays off I think.

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