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#120166 03/13/05 10:27 PM
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Maybe it's just being used for lighting controls [Linked Image]

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How did they modify the breakers, or are they the non CTL type made for pre 1968 panels?

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I didn't take the cover off, but I am sure they are what are sometimes referred to as "no code" breakers.

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Looks like Westinghouse breakers in a Crouse Hinds panel.
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