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#54698 - 08/04/05 08:09 PM Reverse breaker
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Hey guys I'm looking for a main breaker for an old Murray panel. It's a 100 amp 2-pole wih a handle that opperates in the opposite direction (towards lugs is on). Any Ideas??

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#54699 - 08/04/05 08:49 PM Re: Reverse breaker
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Go to Google.com. Type in "Old murray breakers"
You will find plenty of Murray sources for reconditioned breakers, or salvaged breakers. Me- I try to talk owners into ripping out old out of date stuff and replacing it with new equipment whenever possible.

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