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#114482 - 04/03/03 05:49 PM Quality Control?
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I have been the "Terminator" for the last couple of weeks
(all day, every day).

This one caught me by surprise...Scott (Electure)


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#114483 - 04/03/03 06:03 PM Re: Quality Control?
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Scott:
Can I assume that the bottom aws drilled, or did they just drill & tap for the setscrew??
Hope ya were awake when ya saw this!
Who is the mfg???
So much for the QC inspection guy!

John
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#114484 - 04/03/03 06:26 PM Re: Quality Control?
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The "torquer" wasn't too skilled with his handy pneumatic impact wrench.

That is indeed a high pucker factor discovery.

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#114485 - 04/03/03 06:30 PM Re: Quality Control?
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Come on what's the matter, just get 5/8" drill bit and....
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#114486 - 04/03/03 08:32 PM Re: Quality Control?
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Bjarney, I'm the torquer!! With a Snap-On torque wrench. I did the two on the left and...huh? (yes, I slash them with a sharpie)
The CØ lug is the same top and bottom.
Panelboard's C-H, and neither they nor the lug manufacturer caught it! ...S

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#114487 - 04/03/03 08:41 PM Re: Quality Control?
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D'oh! Apologies, electure. I completely overlooked the "extra metal" on Cø.

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#114488 - 04/03/03 09:43 PM Re: Quality Control?
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This question shows my lack of experience with 480/277 panelboards, but is it typical to have some type of divider/cover for the lugs? I would hate to see something fall across that....KABOOM!!!
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#114489 - 04/04/03 02:04 AM Re: Quality Control?
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Aw shoot.....

Well, we only needed two phases anyway..

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#114490 - 04/04/03 05:23 AM Re: Quality Control?
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To borrow a phase phrase from GlennH in the Crispy Critters thread:

I heard that this particular model is being phased out due to complaints...

Don't worry about CH, it's just a phase.

I can't say I'm surprised at seeing this...nothing phases me anymore.

OK, OK, I'll stop now...before this drives us all nuts

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