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Wizeolmarco, Sir being in the electrical/mechanical trade I can assure you it would be highly not possible to be electrocuted except if there was voltage of 220v single phase for something like a large boat lift of say a hotub/spa. 110v single phase which is light&outlet power will not kill you. It can cause heart problems if you are shocked but 220v can and will kill you. So that might be the reason for the Electrical inspection tied to the dock inspection. Bottom line I think the man was correct in refinishing and repairing his dock. If a permit is needed big deal. Why penelize and charge him just give him a inspection and compliance thats all he was asking for. They just want to drum up fees so they can exist.
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