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#34483 - 02/12/04 03:05 PM MYSTERY TO ALL! Take a shot...  
Nikkos  Offline
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Why are the OC Westinghouse Watthour meters for the most part numbered out of sequence and contain letters quite often? The ones with the letters are usually LOW serial numbers. The OA and OB meters and CA were numbered rather consecutively. But the OC's are completly GOOFY. Any ideas. I've been looking for an answer for 6 months! Len / Nikkos


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#34484 - 02/12/04 05:29 PM Re: MYSTERY TO ALL! Take a shot...  
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Might try emailing the site owner Dave of watthourmeters.com




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