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Old 12-27-2016, 09:18 PM   #1
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does anyone besides squared make a breaker that has the 2pole breaker in the middle and 2 singles on the sides? i had one that tripped once and one side was dead on the 2 pole! and yes i know about the certification.
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does anyone besides squared make a breaker that has the 2pole breaker in the middle and 2 singles on the sides? i had one that tripped once and one side was dead on the 2 pole! and yes i know about the certification.
I call them a quad breaker where I'm from but that probably varies by location. I have seen Murray,Siemens,Bryant and eaton.
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Quite a few brands of them.

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looks like i need to order some stuff!
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