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    Default Need help

    Morning gentlemen.
    Hope this posts finds everyone well.

    SEC. Frayed cable insulator jackets.
    The overhead SEC is anchored using 1 of the 3 frayed SEC cables.
    Need help with narration.
    SEC.jpg
    SEC.jpg

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    Default Re: Need help

    Says there have been 2 views on the photo, but I don't see a photo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Peck View Post
    Says there have been 2 views on the photo, but I don't see a photo?
    So sorry. I tried to upload one.
    Here you go.
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    Default Re: Need help

    Not sure what I'm looking at.

    Corner of building, stone wall.

    Overhead service drop is attached (out of sight) to wall or something below the overhang of the roof.

    Something goes up and over drip edge and to above the roof.

    Looks like a split bolt connector wrapped in something like friction tape, can't tell how many conductors in the connector or if some are behind it (looking at it on my phone).

    Need a wider view of everything to see what is there.

    How do the utilities connect the overhead service drop to the risers in the master (if there is a mast) or to the service entrance cable at the weatherhead up there - split bolt connectors, crimp connectors, or ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Peck View Post
    Not sure what I'm looking at.

    Corner of building, stone wall.

    Overhead service drop is attached (out of sight) to wall or something below the overhang of the roof.

    Something goes up and over drip edge and to above the roof.

    Looks like a split bolt connector wrapped in something like friction tape, can't tell how many conductors in the connector or if some are behind it (looking at it on my phone).

    Need a wider view of everything to see what is there.

    How do the utilities connect the overhead service drop to the risers in the master (if there is a mast) or to the service entrance cable at the weatherhead up there - split bolt connectors, crimp connectors, or ?
    Manufactured ashlar stone fa?ade. Sidewall, brick masonry.

    Mast is on the front left corner between the first and second floor. Good ground clearance. Driveways slopes to the basement. Below grade garage.

    Here is a high definition image of the corner of the home the mast is anchored to. You should be able to zoom in on the mast, weather head, SEC anchor insulator and SEC cables without pixilation. Hope it helps.

    PS: Thanks Jerry.

    DSC00030.jpg


    DSC00030.jpg

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    Default Re: Need help

    I see the names of the new jpegs, but they don't link to images.


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    Quote Originally Posted by david shapiro View Post
    I see the names of the new jpegs, but they don't link to images.
    Images too large. Sorry David. I will reduce the size next time.
    As well I keep getting this error; Warning: Illegal string offset 'link' in [path]/includes/class_bbcode.php on line 2777

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