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#111615 01/23/07 02:12 AM
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3 ranges eh?
Apart from the undersized sub panel feeder, undersized main service box, lousy vapour barrier, and wrong staple on the #6 loomex, and insufficient clearances, I see nothing wrong with it.
Seriously, what do you think? About $1600 to fix plus permit?

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#111616 01/25/07 03:05 PM
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those do not look like cable connectors on the 10/3. Flexible metallic conduit fittings maybe

#111617 01/26/07 07:55 PM
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Doug, at least those panel directories are written in English....around here they're usually written in Italian [Linked Image]


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#111618 01/30/07 01:02 AM
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I'm surprised that nobody has pointed out the label on the subpanel..

#111619 01/30/07 11:18 AM
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Who is the telephone company there? Those signal circuit protectors look like the "Cook Electric" ones that Contel (and presumably other independents) used in the 60s and 70s.

#111620 01/30/07 11:53 AM
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IMO, those are what Bell Canada would have installed in the 1960s/1970s, where it would be installed indoors.

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