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#205755 - 03/28/12 10:34 AM Need Help with a general 1620 buss fuse box
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Hi, I have a buss plug fuse box made by general model #1620.

It a double plug fuse box and i can't seem to find it any where.

Is there anybody that know where i can get it or what type of replacement i could use?

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Anybody can help??

thanks, mak.

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#205756 - 03/28/12 11:21 AM Re: Need Help with a general 1620 buss fuse box [Re: mak]
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I would just replace the whole mess with something made in this century. In the end that is better for everyone.
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#205758 - 03/28/12 12:43 PM Re: Need Help with a general 1620 buss fuse box [Re: mak]
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You may choose to locate a Lic electrician to solve your situation, who will probably follow Gregs suggestion.

Please read the forum rules, as your profile indicates you are a plumber!

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