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I had never noticed this on the face of panels before. I mean, really, it doesn't even resemble a Claymore. And who would install a panel backwards, anyway.
 

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Do they actually allow that kind of panel entry on residential work, feeders and branch circuit cables all bunched together through a PVC male adapter?
 

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I don't allow it. I was just adding a circuit for a basement receptacle. It is possible, when this was installed, the inspector let it ride.
 

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Do they actually allow that kind of panel entry on residential work, feeders and branch circuit cables all bunched together through a PVC male adapter?
Should not have been allowed if inspected. Cables should have been clamped to panel in knockout.
 

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I don't allow it. I was just adding a circuit for a basement receptacle. It is possible, when this was installed, the inspector let it ride.
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Should not have been allowed if inspected. Cables should have been clamped to panel in knockout.
Thanks, I didn't think so. If I tried something like that on commercial work, they'd change my pay grade.
 
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