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#213479 - 05/19/14 09:29 PM Re: Gorgeous Service [Re: electure]  
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The current house in NH has a Pushmatic breaker panel. I believe they are fairly prevalent around here in the older structures. You also see a number of dual meters on single family houses. I believe these are leftovers from Day/Night services. The second meter socket is usually blanked off.


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#213486 - 05/22/14 10:05 PM Re: Gorgeous Service [Re: electure]  
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There are still a few SFDs that have the two meter setup, from way back. Some were setup for off peak electric water heaters.

All that I have seen, the second meter pan is blanked off.

Next time I come upon one, I'll get a pic.


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