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#174306 - 02/01/08 10:13 AM "site search engine"
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I'm trying to do a search on "subpanels" or "sub panel" and I keep getting "no search word". Obviously I'm doing something wrong. I wonder why there are no options to search "all results" ? Thanks for the help. Steve..

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#174308 - 02/01/08 01:57 PM Re: "site search engine" [Re: sparkync]
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I just did a search but I used the Date range drop down menu

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#174335 - 02/01/08 07:19 PM Re: "site search engine" [Re: dougwells]
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Might find more info w/ Google.

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#174487 - 02/05/08 07:18 PM Re: "site search engine" [Re: NORCAL]
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Try "electrical sub panel" on google.

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#174514 - 02/06/08 09:17 AM Re: "site search engine" [Re: Mr. Ed]
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Google 'Electric Panels". Or go to manufacturers web sites.

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#174516 - 02/06/08 10:18 AM Re: "site search engine" [Re: JValdes]
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8 pages of results (with the default setting of 25 per page)for "subpanel" appear for the time period of:

"Newer than 3 years", and "Older than 1 day".

The search engine only searches for a 3 year period at a time, so if you were to enter "Newer than 6 years" and "Older than 3 years" the next result period would appear.

(Googling "subpanel" brings up a lot of DIY sites) \:D

(If you enter "subpanel" on a word search of an NEC CD you will get 0 results. The word appears nowhere in the text of the NEC. John V is correct in that there is no "subpanel", per se, manufactured)

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