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#203173 - 09/12/11 09:07 AM Zinsco mtmb10
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Looking for cover for breaker box. Install dated 1978. It's a dinosaur I know, but wondering if there is a supplier with antique parts, or a boneyard.
Zinsco MTMB10 12-24

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#203177 - 09/12/11 12:14 PM Re: Zinsco mtmb10 [Re: gaucho]
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gaucho:

WELCOME to ECN Forums from one of the Jersey guys!!

All I can say to your request is "good luck"

But, ya never know if someone has something laying around.
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#203181 - 09/12/11 07:39 PM Re: Zinsco mtmb10 [Re: gaucho]
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Originally Posted By: gaucho
Looking for cover for breaker box. Install dated 1978. It's a dinosaur I know, but wondering if there is a supplier with antique parts, or a boneyard.
Zinsco MTMB10 12-24


I never would have guessed there was that much of a demand for them, but it looks like this guy has actually made a business, or at least is trying to, out of finding and selling old Zinsco parts. Maybe you could give him a call. If he doesn’t know where to find one, then probably no one does.
Zinsco Parts

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#203182 - 09/12/11 08:31 PM Re: Zinsco mtmb10 [Re: KJay]
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Thank you for your response much appreciated. I will let you know if I am successful in my search

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#203560 - 10/09/11 12:04 AM Re: Zinsco mtmb10 [Re: gaucho]
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Damn!, and to think of the 100+ Zinsco panels I've changed out that I could've sold to this guy! laugh

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#203573 - 10/09/11 04:58 PM Re: Zinsco mtmb10 [Re: gaucho]
harold endean Offline
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Lostazhell,

Me too, when I was in business, I had all kinds of old breakers, panel boards, and panel covers just in case I ran into an old problem.

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