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#188566 - 08/17/09 07:10 PM gould meter can
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i have a old gould meter center at my apartment complex where the jaws are put on with nut and bolts. the jaws on one meter are burned up and they asked me if i can find a replacement. i have tried a supply house and i talked to one of the guys who works there and he has went trough siemens but could not find a match. i was wondering if anybody would know either where i could get a replacement or if there something else i could do without replacing the whole meter center.

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#188602 - 08/19/09 09:15 PM Re: gould meter can [Re: blitz]
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I've used this company before when I needed bus re fabricated to repair older meter sections.. They may be able to recreate your part if you give them a sample piece from the meter section or EXACT specs.

good luck
Randy

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