Im a Licensed Contractor and very comfortable with working on electric. That being said, my new home had underground 200 amp service and we could not disconnect the power so I used a licensed electrician to replace the exterior meter box that had rotted and install a new D Square 200 amp QO box (so I didn't have to work with the live 200 amp wires..). I thought he did a fantastic job looked clean and functioned great. Inspector came and Failed it, part one was for not replacing a piece of sheetrock next to the box (I left it off so he could see everything... Easy fix thought). The second Part stated "Multi Wire Circuits 2P CB on a approved tie Bar". I have no idea WTF this means lol. I wire outlets/lights and occasionally add a breaker for a new line. When I asked the inspector what this means he stated that the electrician would understand and it would take him 10 minutes to fix... My electrician bailed on me & won't return phone calls. I'd rather not call in a second electrician for something I'm sure I can fix myself. If anyone has any insight, please let me know.
Side note: All my wires in my house are BX with the exception of one is Romex added years later. My box does not have a separate ground bar in the box instead he tied the neutrals into the left side of the box and tied the grounds into the right. I was thinking the inspector wants a separate ground bar in the box the BX neutrals are fine on the left and the 1 Romex wire he wants that neutral on the Right. I
Breaking down what the Inspector said "Multi Wire Circuits 2P CB on a approved tie Bar" I presume means Multiple wire circuits 2 Pole on Circuit Breaker on approved tie bar? I just don't know what this means needs to happen to fix the problem lol
Thanks in in advance hope I explained this well enough.