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#202324 07/31/11 01:50 PM
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Another photo to add to the, "Critters in Panels" collection.

Found this in a house where another mouse had chewed through a circuit causing a problem. He was nicely dried out by the time I removed him. Regards, Pete

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[Linked Image from electrical-photos.com]


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looks like he managed his way onto 4 seperate buses there Bill

hey, i know some gifted taxidermists, some gifted photoshoppers too....there could be a $$$ in it for one of those full page 'counterfiet product' ads .....



ya never know!

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It looks like a natural for a KO seal ad. It would be one more thing for PETA to get cranked up about.


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save a baby KO seal?

genius Greg!
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As long as you don't KO baby seals. wink


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What kind of panel is this? 8-12 panel? and it doesn't show where breakers were ever installed. no burnish marks, was only the right lower half used, as mouse appears to have climbed up where breakers would have been unless it was unused just sitting hot?

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Looks like one branch circuit, as the black, wht & ground are in the lower right of the pic.



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