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#56266 - 09/17/05 10:40 AM old breaker
kick Offline
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Loc: Fox island, WA , USA
I recently removed some 20 amp single pole breakers from an industrial/office building panel. They are listed as being manufactured by “Trumbull Electric Manufacturing Company, A General Electric Organization”. It does not show a model number or type. It is 6 inches tall by 3.5 inches deep by 1 3/8 inches wide. The patents listed on the side all date back to about 1936. The only other label refers to it as “Issue J*964”. I'd like to find a double pole 30 amp breaker to replace the two single poles. What can anyone tell me?
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#56267 - 09/17/05 11:15 AM Re: old breaker
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There are a couple of 3 pole 30 Trumbles here.
http://www.swgr.com/products/MCCB_Inv_TRUMBULL.asp

I would just do an internet search for used breakers.
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