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#113071 - 03/01/02 03:35 PM Fuse Cabinet?
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This was installed in the early 60's. I guess the requirements of "dedicated space" weren't enforced back then. (or it was inspected before the kitchen cabinets were installed)

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#113072 - 03/01/02 04:36 PM Re: Fuse Cabinet?
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Hey, you guys are just to picky. I like to have a peanut butter sammich before I change a fuse too.
AND, ya gotta admit, at least the door opens 90 degrees

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#113073 - 03/01/02 05:36 PM Re: Fuse Cabinet?
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George's right! 2 minutes with a sawzall, 1 minute with a hammer--Code Compliant.
(What size hole saw would be the best for a drink holder?)
Only kidding, this is BAD!

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#113074 - 03/05/02 07:15 PM Re: Fuse Cabinet?
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Guys, I just worked in a box like this about 6 months ago. It is in a small town close to me that doesn not require or even have a city inspector. Job wouldn't have been bad except for the can of green beans I knocked out on my foot!

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#113075 - 03/05/02 07:30 PM Re: Fuse Cabinet?
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You were, of course, wearing your tech toes?

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#113076 - 03/06/02 03:51 PM Re: Fuse Cabinet?
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spkjpr, you had steel toes on didn't you? didn't sa any complimentary words did you?LOL!

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#113077 - 03/09/02 09:37 AM Re: Fuse Cabinet?
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Now I understand why the 'Oil lamp' is there, it dont get any better than this.
-Mark-

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