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#46126 - 12/13/04 06:34 AM Looking for a breaker
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Anyone out there know where I can locate an ITE breaker catalog number EQ1120? And that is 2 1's in the description. It's an old style bolt on breaker. Also looking for a couple of old Kinney bolt on 20's. They look the same as the EQ1120's.
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#46127 - 12/13/04 06:42 AM Re: Looking for a breaker
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I thought EQ was plug in and BQ was bolt on.

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#46128 - 12/13/04 07:21 AM Re: Looking for a breaker
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Might check for equipment suppliers under www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=PEARL+apparatus+recycler although some make it a point to warn “No Residential Breakers” on their home pages..

Southern California used to be kind of a Mecca for used electrical vendors—not sure if that’s still the case.




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#46129 - 12/13/04 08:02 AM Re: Looking for a breaker
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YUKON sales on alameda blvd. in San Pedro,
sunny calif. deals in unusal breakers and old breakers-dave

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#46130 - 12/13/04 09:46 AM Re: Looking for a breaker
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#46131 - 12/13/04 05:59 PM Re: Looking for a breaker
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http://www.breakersunlimited.com/
Try these guys, the have everything new and used,

If you need help please contact Breakers Unlimited at 800-875-3294
or email us at sales@breakersunlimited.com

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#46132 - 12/14/04 05:50 AM Re: Looking for a breaker
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Norcal, I thought so too but I guess that dates this breaker. Thanks for the leads from everybody. Off to do some shopping.
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