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#200171 03/23/11 10:08 AM
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Property maintenance.

Found this on responding to a tenent complaint....
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John,

They look like a bunch of old PSE&G meters that mount on a trough. I had to do a job like that for my old boss in Hoboken with a 12 meter service. The kicker was that the whole service was only 200 amp (I think) for all of the meters. Each Apt. only got a single 30 amp feeder to the apt where a 2-4 circuit sub panel (or fuse box) was located.

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Harold:
That is the case here. This was a follow-up on a tenant complaint.

The apt that instituted the complaint has a 4 circuit FPE in the apt, in a clothes closet. I assume the other 7 apts are the same.





John

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