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#43383 - 10/11/04 06:16 PM Federal Pacific/ Federal Pioneer
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Loc: Alpharetta, GA
I was trying to locate a 100 amp FPE stab-loc breaker to make a sub panel with if the H.O. won't go for a change out. I was looking at Federal Pioneer as a substitute so I went ot their web site. I found that Schnieder A/K/A Square D makes Federal Pioneer. I thought they only made the replacement breakers, but found out they still make the stab-loc panels. Why???

Anyway, do any of you have a 100 Amp FPE breaker they would sell, I mght need it. Thanks.

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#43384 - 10/11/04 06:37 PM Re: Federal Pacific/ Federal Pioneer
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Registered: 04/14/02
Posts: 557
Loc: San Jose, CA
I have several that are used. I don't think you will find a new one except a Federal Pioneer. I will send you pictures of the 2 styles I have if you are interested. I'll send one to you for freight cost.

You do realixe that these breakers take 4 spaces? I just want to make sure in case you only have 2 empty spaces.

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#43385 - 10/11/04 06:39 PM Re: Federal Pacific/ Federal Pioneer
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Registered: 09/25/04
Posts: 89
Loc: Wi
Eagle,
I have a 100 amp stablock breaker in like new condition. Verticle mount at top of panel. In fact, I have the whole panel with all the breakers in excellent condition. If interested, email me at "ron@starrelectric.com"

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#43386 - 10/12/04 11:17 AM Re: Federal Pacific/ Federal Pioneer
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Registered: 09/15/01
Posts: 816
Loc: Bergen County, NJ
I have a stab-lok 2 pole 100A breaker here. Looks to be new, but I can't be sure. $15 plus shipping takes it. Email me if interested.

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#43387 - 10/12/04 04:52 PM Re: Federal Pacific/ Federal Pioneer
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Registered: 04/20/02
Posts: 928
Loc: Alpharetta, GA
Hey guys, thanks for the offers. I hope I dont't end up needing it. I think they're going to let us change the service out instead.

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#43388 - 10/12/04 05:28 PM Re: Federal Pacific/ Federal Pioneer
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Registered: 12/24/00
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Loc: Fullerton, CA USA
Federal Pioneer panels are made to be used in countries other than the U.S.

How do you like those "decorator colors"?

???Are they still acceptable in Canada???

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#43389 - 10/12/04 06:25 PM Re: Federal Pacific/ Federal Pioneer
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Registered: 03/11/04
Posts: 898
Loc: Regina, Sask.
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???Are they still acceptable in Canada???
As common as grass, at least in western Canada. Stablock and bolt-in.

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#43390 - 10/13/04 07:03 PM Re: Federal Pacific/ Federal Pioneer
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Registered: 11/23/02
Posts: 449
Same in Midwestern Ontario, 2/3s or more breaker panels I see are FPE, either classic or Schnieder (new to me is stablock panels with SQ-D main breakers). Don't get new clours though. About 10 years ago I understood it.
Blue 15, red 20 green 30, grey I think 40, the same for plug and automotive blade fuses. I think they are different now.

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