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#73301 - 12/21/06 10:10 AM GE Breaker  
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I am trying to work up a bid over the phone. Can anybody tell me the breaker type likely to be used in a relatively new (5 years or so) GE 480V panel.

I rarely see any GE equipment in my neck of the woods.

TEY?

Thanks

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#73302 - 12/21/06 06:55 PM Re: GE Breaker  
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TEY sounds like a good guess....
GE is not as popular around here any more.

Depending on the physical size, and the amperage...Spectra would be my second guess

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#73303 - 12/21/06 07:04 PM Re: GE Breaker  
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If its Spectra, look out they aint cheap.

I guessed a Square D breaker once and it turned out to be and I-line.


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