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#123159 - 02/27/06 02:34 AM new service  
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new 320A(400A)with two 200A 120/240V disconnects feeding two 200A subs. please don't be shy with comments thanks. jermaine


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#123160 - 02/27/06 02:40 AM Re: new service  
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sorry tried to attach pic but could not can u please help, jermaine


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#123161 - 02/27/06 05:36 AM Re: new service  
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Hi IKAYLA welcome

You have to post a picture to one of the moderators and they will attach it to the thread.

Kind regards, Raymond


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#123162 - 02/27/06 06:45 AM Re: new service  
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Jermaine,
Welcome to the group.
If you'd like to send the pic to me by clicking on the [Linked Image] icon above this post of mine.
I'd be happy to post it for you. [Linked Image]

[This message has been edited by Trumpy (edited 02-27-2006).]


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#123163 - 03/04/06 11:48 PM Re: new service  
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Here we go:

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#123164 - 03/05/06 01:58 AM Re: new service  
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I always get a kick out of seeing conduit fittings used where a simple back to back set of 90's made from one pipe would do.


#123165 - 03/05/06 02:16 AM Re: new service  
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That is a nice looking ON-Q job there. Hats off to that. Could you get us a picture of the top of the panels? Can't tell but would like to see how many romex cables per connector you have there. Nice neat work otherwise.


#123166 - 03/05/06 09:44 AM Re: new service  
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#123167 - 03/05/06 11:13 AM Re: new service  
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I was thinking the same about useing a back to back on the 1st picture. I try not to use 2" LB's for 3 3/0. I think it would have been a pain to pull thru those fittings. I will use a mogal type LB because they will fit the conductors without fighting, scraping, and pushing with objects.

Myself I would have used a 400 amp pedistal (the utility calls it a meter raceway) with two 200 amp breakers in it. One piece and your done. It would cost more at about $1200 for the part. The utility wants the pedistals for resi because of ground movement from the seasons can pull the conductors and cause a slow self destruction. The pedistals allow the conductors to be zig-zaged giving extra length for movement.

Did you build that inside wall for the electric?

The fitting under the panel I would have used a 90 or a j-box to make pulling easier.


Tom


#123168 - 03/05/06 12:16 PM Re: new service  
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hind site is 20/20 and not to pour salt on an open wound, but why not use a trough from the meter to the bottom of both disconnects?

It would be a neat job, easier than pulling through 2 LB's and cost about the same. 3 nipples and a trough.


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