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#13811 - 09/12/02 04:32 AM Need help finding circuit breaker
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I am in desperate need of finding a particular GE breaker. I do work for apartment complexes and the one I am working in has main apartment breakers burning up all over the place. They are from the 1960's Issue #KJ305 Number stamped on breaker B226* the one I have is 2 pole 40 I need 2 pole 60. They are feed through breakers used in multi meter assenblies. The lugs are flat to clamp onto the buss. the load side clamps to the feed wire the apartment.

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#13812 - 09/12/02 03:20 PM Re: Need help finding circuit breaker
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Try the following site
http://www.denverbreaker.com/

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#13813 - 09/12/02 05:40 PM Re: Need help finding circuit breaker
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Check GE Supply, there on the net, and have a branch locator.

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#13814 - 09/12/02 06:24 PM Re: Need help finding circuit breaker
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www.GEDirect.com

(I think that is correct. You can look at the GE.com site if necessary.) They have a phone number for you to call. They ship UPS 2 day for a reasonable price.

They only handle breakers and mainlug to mainbreaker conversion kits (need the part numberd for these).

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#13815 - 09/13/02 03:58 AM Re: Need help finding circuit breaker
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Thanks for the response. GE was the first place I looked. They stopped making these years ago. I need a surplus house I guess.

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