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#53767 - 07/06/05 10:50 PM GE Twins  
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Is there a twin made that will physically fit in a GE 1 inch slot in a GE panel with no provisions for the 1/2 inch breakers? I saw an old 20/20 twin today in a 24/24 GE panel but couldn't see who made it, it looked kind of generic but it seemed to fit well.


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#53768 - 07/07/05 12:57 AM Re: GE Twins  
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My folks have an original GE panel full of twin breakers... some are GE, others are Cutler-Hammer, and Siemens.


#53769 - 07/07/05 02:15 AM Re: GE Twins  
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Read pages 58 to 60 and 70, 71.
http://www.eatonelectrical.com/unsecure/cms1/TB00300001E.PDF

Best Plan, replace panel with roomy new unit.



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