I bought a house and prior to the sale a subpanel was installed at the pool area. The home inspector says it’s fine, but he really wasn’t there to make sure things are code compliant. Before I hire someone or try to tackle this myself, i figured I’d start here and see where to go.
Right now, there is a 2-2-2-4 SER cable running from a 100amp 2 pole breaker in the main panel (200amp service) to a huge 12”x12”x6” junction box about 30-35’ away. In the box, the SER cable is split and the wires are joined with insulated Polaris wire joints (Per the inspector) to individual 2 gauge (4 gauge for the ground) THHN wires. The wires then run into a conduit connected to the box across ceiling and exit the house and go into the ground. The conduit runs about 150’ to a subpanel at the pool. The panel has a 2 20amp 2 pole breakers, 1 50amp 2 pole breaker and a 20amp single pole breaker. The breakers are all gfci and run a pump, heater, salt unit and outlet. Everything seems ok, but I thought the wires to the subpanel needed to be be continuous. Is this ok as is or should I consider having continuous wires run for this? I usually do all my own construction work, but other than identifying wiring, I don’t touch it. Sooooo...is this go to go or should I look into redoing it? I’ve never dealt with pools or subpanels before.