Originally Posted by quamosa
The clamps came preinstalled with those boxes, they are inside the box and to the rear of it. I don't remember much of what I did but I'll take a look this evening.
Also, can you point out other issues you may have seen that I can add to my list for review?
-That is a device box, not a junction box. Should be using a junction.
-Can not mix HV and LV in the same box without a partition. <and then I wouldnt recommend it.
-Boxes with NMSC clamping with a box have holes barely large enough for one 12-2 line per hole and are rowed/spaced evenly along the back of the box. This box appears to have 2 NMSC cables joined through one hole. A compression point will cause wire damage/fire risk. I know you said this box had built in clamps ....but I am not seeing it; the holes look WAY too big- It is not the best picture however.
-No idea what is going on with the blue split loom but there appears to have no sort of protection on the knockout. HV or LV this isnt good.
-Overall wiring looks sloppy. Didnt remove excess sheathing, wires mismatched in length.
As far as other things....
Gouie 'may' be correct with the number of circuits in a single box. I dont know, I cant really see much of what is going on.
He is also correct about a physical connector within 'X' inches (*I know Ore/Wash but your area may be different in recommended distance). This was also a concern in other pics.
-It also looked as if you were running THHN wire outside of conduit on the riser. The plastic wire track is not acceptable.
I am not an electrician by license but I assist and inspect the work of those who are. As far as DIY is concerned I fully support those who do their own electrical but it is imperative to do better work than actual electricians.
All joking aside.....THIS should be the goal for the home guy: