A listing and labelling violation, for sure, but nothing serious compared to most of the other pics that get posted here. Certainly seems a good temporary fix, until new fuse clips (or proper clamps) could be obtained.
BTW, the inside of this panel is in REAL NICE shape for being 40-odd years old!
[This message has been edited by NJwirenut (edited 12-14-2004).]
You can learn something new every day. Maybe I could use beam clamps instead of split bolts to save $. It looks like they have a yellow crimp connectors double tapped on top of the fuses. Didn't they know they could have just used 1/4-20 screws into the beam clamp holes. The 1st wire at the top crimp looks a little scorched. Maybe they need a beam clamp to hold the wire tight in the crimp connector.
Re: Creative Fuse Clip Clamps#119283 12/16/0412:03 AM12/16/0412:03 AM