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#41202 08/17/04 06:40 PM
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I wanted to know if there is any reason why I can not put a 200 amp main lug panel in this situation. There is currently a 150 amp main lug panel in place with about five double taps. The main disconect 150 amp is outside next to the meter. this would give me another 10 spaces

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Nothing wrong with it at all as long as the load being served isn't too much for the 150 amp main. An easier way might be to just add a sub panel next to the main panel.


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