My bobile home has a disconnect at meter and three 6 AWG wires leaving the outside disconnect. There are 3 wires coming up under the house into a 50amp cataleptic box and the panel in the home plugs in to that by a 6/4 cord.
What happened is the main sewer line backed up and the clean out flooded the under side of home and the box and plug got corrosion and I have lost one leg I have already examined the box it and the cord need replaced.
I don't see a ground wire any where in box or in my panel and the grounds and neutrals are mixed and bonded in the main panel in side. The is no ground to the water main as the rest of the lines are plastic after the main incoming line. The panel inside is a sec Panel with ground and neutrals mixed and bonded to the panel, this doesn't look right or sound good to me.
Should the box underneath be done away with as my home and outside disconnect are 100amp can that be spliced and ran directly to the panel inside.
Shouldn't the panel inside be treated as a sub panel having a disconnect 30ft away at the meter pole?
I don't know if somehow this mess got grandfather's in or what but it's doesn't sound up to code.
This has been that way long before I bought the home 9 years ago and was fine until the sewer backed up last year and the corrosion built up and I lost that leg.
I guess what I'm asking is:
Should the panel inside be changed to a sub panel and be grounded to a water pipe and that 50amp receptacle box done away with or just replaced?