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#84041 - 03/03/03 10:40 PM Older 2 wire systems
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I don't believe older exhisting fuse panels are against code, along with the 2 wire systems. Correct?
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#84042 - 03/04/03 04:53 AM Re: Older 2 wire systems
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Gennerally speaking correct. Millions are in use today and if there are no balatant life safety issues they are fine if left alone.

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