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#8348 - 03/19/02 08:28 PM fire pull-station  
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I have to remove a few pull stations for construction and was wondering if they are as easy to remove as heat sensors.There are two panels an edwards MC 250 and a MC 350 the 350 has pull-stations with evacuation and standard bells.The pull-stations are Edwards SPOW and 30 years.Thanks


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#8349 - 03/25/02 10:46 PM Re: fire pull-station  
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If you don't mind the system going off, they are very easy to do. Once removed( if the system is to remain online) all you have to do is wire nut the wire back accordingly.


#8350 - 03/26/02 07:54 PM Re: fire pull-station  
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