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#23594 - 03/21/03 03:09 PM lipa trans s 400 amp meter
fredw100 Offline
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Question? Just opened the box and found that it has what looks like a meter pan? do I have to run any special wires out of the meter besides the loads and line side? Do I terminate the meter pan wire to the lines and load lugs

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#23595 - 03/21/03 07:39 PM Re: lipa trans s 400 amp meter
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Registered: 04/03/02
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FredW100:
Your submitted information is not specific enough.
Your profile is not completly filled out.
If you are not an electrician, I suggest that you locate a qualified, licensed professional electrician in your area.

John
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#23596 - 03/21/03 08:31 PM Re: lipa trans s 400 amp meter
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fredw100;
if i were you i will leave the box alone if you are not quaifed electrican as hotline say and we spend alot of time training and safty too... and i read your profile and dont have any info about your trade is ??

but unforetely we ran some nonquaifed electrican on this form whom cant describe the items and we try to explain but for all sparky with us we work hard to keep everyone safe here so please please if you are not famiur with electral system best thing to is get electrican in your area to help you this is the best safe way to deal with it

merci marc
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