Hi all, my sister is selling her 1960's style brick ranch. She had an offer rather quickly which is a pleasant suprise in our area right now. Inspection showed a couple minor problems, one of them being that the service panel had some breakers that were wired incorrectly, resulting in rendering them useless in case of overload. As in they would not trip as intended. I did not speak to the inspectors, nor get over there yet to look at the breakers, to see how to correct the problem. What signs should i look for? I am assuming the wiring should be managed in such a way that the hots are running from the breakers, and the neutrals and grounds are run to their respective 'bars' on the panel. I need to view it in person, but have to find time to get over there. Any thoughts would be appreciated.