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#146937 - 06/21/01 10:29 PM non-Murray Breakers in Murray panelboard
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#146938 - 06/22/01 03:16 AM Re: non-Murray Breakers in Murray panelboard
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So... if the Murray panel is over 10 yrs old, it's warranty has expired.

The T&B rated breakers i carry ARE listed for murray and can LEGALLY be installed.

The only possible pitfall is Murray's warranty under 10 yrs....and most i see are old enough to vote!


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#146939 - 06/22/01 05:42 AM Re: non-Murray Breakers in Murray panelboard
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Design a line of panels a CB's entirely unlike any others (similar to FPE and SQ D) and this "problem" will be eliminated.

Don't want other brands in the panel? Make your panel different than the others...

Murray must be going broke to worry about lost sales like this (don't try to convince me that the reason is otherwise...it's always the bottom line...)
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