View Full Version : Wiring looks likes like a snake nest!

Phillip Stojanik
07-31-2007, 12:58 PM
Local Electrical guru Wayne Rogers sent this photo out today. I thought you guys would get a charge out of it!

Not exactly what I am generally worried about when I pull a dead front. :eek:

Jerry Peck
07-31-2007, 01:46 PM
Without looking any further, I would feel safe writing up "raceway riser from underground lateral is not sealed as required". :D

Unless, maybe, those things could open the cover?? :confused:

John Arnold
07-31-2007, 01:50 PM
Apparent biological organisms present in equipment enclosure. Recommend jumping backwards involuntarily and shouting bad words.

Rick Hurst
07-31-2007, 01:58 PM

Inspector has gone Home to get clean jeans. ;)

Jim Luttrall
07-31-2007, 02:38 PM
AMEN Rick!

Bruce Breedlove
07-31-2007, 04:04 PM
Is that copperhead wiring?

08-01-2007, 03:24 AM
Is that copperhead wiring?

we call those poisonous critters


Agkistrodon piscivorous
The Latin name piscivorous means 'fish eating,' indicating its dietary characteristics. Also known as 'water moccasins', only one recognized subspecies is found in Texas; Western cottonmouth (A.p. leucostoma). Cottonmouths can be dark brown, olive-brown, olive green or almost solid black. They are marked with wide, dark bands, which are more distinct in some individuals than in others. Juvenile snakes are more brilliantly marked. The cottonmouth gets its name from the white tissue inside its mouth, which it displays when threatened. This heavy-bodied snake, which averages about 3-1/2 feet in length, is found over the eastern half of the state in swamps and sluggish waterways, coastal marshes, rivers, ponds and streams.