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2 neutrals, one lug. #5669
11/30/01 11:13 PM
11/30/01 11:13 PM
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Redsy  Offline OP
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It is common practice around here, when adding an off-peak meter to simply nipple a second meter socket to the original one and tap onto the line side lugs to feed the second socket.
What to do?

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Re: 2 neutrals, one lug. #5670
12/01/01 05:18 PM
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Redsy,
A 2 ganger would be the right way,
besides you did'nt do it, so no sweat right??

Re: 2 neutrals, one lug. #5671
12/02/01 05:45 PM
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I've done it both ways. The local PoCo. shows this method in their guide book.


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