I know the NEC requires clear space in front of a breaker panel.
What depth of wall change would violate this? My basement, where the panel is, has a 6" jut where the block wall becomes timber. So from where your toes are against the wall, the panel is 6" deeper, as the wall depth changes.
From the side (black line is the floor), it's like this:
The flush panel is in the framing above. There is also framing below. All walls are finished properly but because of the construction the panel door is six inches deeper from the edge of the floor.
I am fine with the 30" horizontal clearance.
How should I interpret the clear space requirement in NEC in this situation? Am I required to extend the top half of the wall out to keep it entirely flat and bring the panel out to that the new depth?