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Doin an addition had to have a sub panel placed. Architect pulled a boner and marked a 8x8 room as a closet on the prints where he had the panel placed. So of course inspector comes and says nope not gonna let you put a panel in a closet. In the bathroom at the end of the tub is a "utility room" for the stackable washer and hot water tank. The rocket scientist comes up with the bright idea to put the panel in the same wall as the shower valve. :laughing: I mean does this sound as stupid to anyone else as it does to me? The wall the panel was gonna be on in the "closet" was where the door would swing into so nothing could cover it, plenty of clear space around it. I know you cant have a panel in a closet but is it really better to put it where he wants it?