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#48290 - 02/08/05 07:26 AM Main Panel in Boiler Area
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Anybody know of any problems with having a main panel in the basement adjacent to a boiler? Usual clearances will be adhered to, but is there any verbage prohibiting the main disconnect to be in a boiler room?

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#48291 - 02/08/05 07:38 AM Re: Main Panel in Boiler Area
cpal Offline
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Loc: Cohasset MA
Ambient Temp may become a problem most OCPD are listed for not more than 40 deg C.

other than 110.26 I can not think of anything off hand

Charlie
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