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#201955 - 07/06/11 12:01 PM Missing Zinsco deadfront cover
raymamma Offline
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Registered: 07/06/11
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Loc: inland empire
Hello I need to replace a zinsco dead front cover panel someone stole to get past inspection before replacing the entire electrical panel & or bus bar clips does anyone have an extra panel for this box I can purchase? thankyou







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#201958 - 07/06/11 03:11 PM Re: Missing Zinsco deadfront cover [Re: raymamma]
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I think I would just replace the whole load center with something from this century. wink
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#201968 - 07/06/11 06:52 PM Re: Missing Zinsco deadfront cover [Re: raymamma]
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You're missing more than the deadfront, like a busbar... You really "want" this to pass an inspection??

I second Gregs post.. 86 the Zinsco for something current.

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#201969 - 07/06/11 07:57 PM Re: Missing Zinsco deadfront cover [Re: raymamma]
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yes we are replacing the whole unit with a murray or square d the wiring is still untouched and its missing we were under the impression the orig had to be inspected before taking it down but I think we should be able to loose it

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#201970 - 07/06/11 08:10 PM Re: Missing Zinsco deadfront cover [Re: Lostazhell]
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Originally Posted By: Lostazhell
You're missing more than the deadfront, like a busbar... You really "want" this to pass an inspection??

I second Gregs post.. 86 the Zinsco for something current.


You forgot the bus support also. That POS will cost more to patch up then replacing,as it has outlived it's usefulness long ago....

PS: Zincso was only good for scrap metal anyway.

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