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It looks like everything on ther feed side is a neutral and most of the "load" conductors have been reidentified as neutral. It should be a really safe box. By color code, there are no live wires in it!

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If this panel was oversprayed before the breakers were installed, i bet they're really making good contact with the underlying busses. [Linked Image]

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