So I cut through some line-voltage today, it was only 3" deep, if that (between layer of turf and dirt). I told the owner that I believed the proper depth to be 12" without conduit. I told him, I was sorry to open a can of worms, but splicing it was not only something I'm not licensed to do, but not even something an EC would do. He agreed to have it retrenched/installed. Problem #2, he tells me the breaker gets tripped a lot. I told him it was possible he had too many amps on a smaller amp breaker. As it turns out, he charges his 24v electric boat on that circuit. The circuit was run just for that boat, but now I that I know the trench was incorrect, the whole job was likely wrong. Now, I don't want his battery going dead, so I thought of a quick temp fix/splice. Thought again when I remembered the amp load. Thought about running one of my extension cords, but then stopped when I realized, again, the draw from that boat charger. I did, however, fix a tv cable today (in about 1/2" dirt). Which made me wonder if the cable mafia was gonna come after me. What things do you guys fix, and what do you not fix?? I know they say there is a phone number you call before digging, but most stuff I cut has no plans (irrigation, supposed too, but no, cable, crappy line voltage installs, etc.). I have developed the touch for irrigation pvc and haven't cut any in a long time with a spade (pick ax another story). But cable and wires are like roots.