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low panel #51954 05/16/05 04:33 PM
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Have a customer that had a panel fire in an old ITE panel 100 amps, so I need to change it out. The panel is in one hell of a location. It is in the eat in kitchen and it is at the most eight inches off the floor. This is the orginal panel to the home from the seventies. Is there a height requirement for the planel I do not want to put it back that low but the homeowner wants it there. I need to show her that the code requires it higher.

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Re: low panel #51955 05/18/05 10:02 PM
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I don't think you'll be able to show the customer a code requirement for a panel's minimum height, only maximum.


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