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#84988 - 05/22/03 06:22 AM cb/disco
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Registered: 06/25/02
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Loc: Minnesota
Secondary of a transformer has a 400A switch fused at 225A and feeds a panel in another room. The panel showed up with a 400A main breaker by mistake. At this point the main breaker only serves as a disconnect. Are there any code issues with not changing the main to 225A? Just identify in the panel that the breaker is disconnect only?

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#84989 - 05/22/03 04:02 PM Re: cb/disco
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Michael, this "sub-panel" actually needs no main breaker. So I wouldn't do anything if not questioned. If it became a major problem, why not remove the breaker and install lugs?

Roger

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#84990 - 05/23/03 10:16 AM Re: cb/disco
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I thought about removing breaker and installing lugs, but wanted opinions on leaving the main in.

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