Originally Posted by avnuttyguy
Glimmie, my post was not to "nag" it is based on TRUE facts, period. There is no "gray" area as to making modifications to a LISTED component, period, makes no difference if it's metal or titanium.
Sure these may all work fine, the point is people need to make a decision based on facts and not someone who did it and can't back up the facts it will be code compliant, as I've read throughout this thread, it's simply NOT CODE COMPLIANT to make modifications...
You do make a good point that it isn't to code. However, the way you delivered your message was very lacking in tact. When I first read it, I thought "What a sanctimonious @ss!" Reading it a few more times, I realized that you didn't mean to come off that way, but unfortunately, that's the tone your post conveys. I'm not surprised at the response you got.
Also, anytime I hear things like "you can't do that because...", I always have to ask, "Where does it say that?"
Not saying you're wrong. I'd just like to read it for myself. And the Powerbridge site doesn't count.
...Is it really worth maybe saving $10 bucks, REALLY?
I continue to be amazed what some folks do to save money...
Again, the tone of your post is not that of someone trying to be helpful. It's that of someone wanting to point out that everyone else is an idiot.
And as I said before, Powerbridge does not
offer what I'm looking for, at any price!
If they offered a 2-gang dual outlet + inlet solution, I would've jumped all over it. Assuming, of course, that the wall plate is something I can swap out with something that matches my existing wall plates. So no, it really has nothing
to do with cost, and everything to do with not offering what I want.