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#25347 - 05/06/03 12:56 AM Garage with missing breaker panel cover  
wa2ise  Offline
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Was doing the garage sale thing last weekend and one house had a breaker panel that had no cover. Looked to have been like that for some time. Exposed feeds from the meter right near the broom and garden rake handles.

It was a modern Square D panel...

:-(


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#25348 - 05/06/03 08:04 AM Re: Garage with missing breaker panel cover  
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Port Charlotte, Florida
This wouldn't happen to be anywhere near the SW Florida area would it? I could use the service call! [Linked Image]


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#25349 - 05/08/03 07:30 AM Re: Garage with missing breaker panel cover  
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Maybe they sold it before you got there? [Linked Image]



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