"Grounded conductor" means neutral And not EGC correct ?In case anyone goes looking for the 408.21 section... it has changed.
2020 NEC 408.41... " Grounded Conductor Terminations. Each grounded conductor shall terminate within the panelboard in an individual terminal that is not also used for another conductor."
Is this a job where you've been wiring, or a real estate inspection?Homeowner didn't want me to take time to change the doubled up neutrals. He said he researched the year the house was built 1994, and it wasn't required. I called the city elec inspector to ask what I should do, he said I need to separate the neutrals to individual holes. I did that, but am now looking in my 1993 NEC and can't find a similar paragraph like 408.41 2020 NEC. Help. Thanks.
It can take up to a couple of hours. The reason they're doubled is usually all the holes are full.As stated, the Code didn't require it, but the manufacturer probably did. Realistically, how much time is it going to take? 15 minutes?