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Old 02-22-2015, 10:03 PM   #61
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It clearly states right here I can use Siemens in all of these panels! Must be ok.
also says 'fit' not accepted
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Old 02-22-2015, 10:03 PM   #62
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Is this a Joke? I hope some HD electrical aisle delinquent didn't print this up and hang it up for real.
I couldn't believe it myself. Insurance companies and lawyers could have a hay day with this one when the fire investigators say oh this fire started right here because....
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http://www.eaton.com/ecm/groups/publ...a00304001e.pdf

These breakers say they are listed for other manufacturers


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http://www.eaton.com/ecm/groups/publ...a00304001e.pdf

These breakers say they are listed for other manufacturers


Regular Eaton/Cutler Hammer breakers are compatible with the legacy products from extinct companies that now make up Eaton's line - Bryant, Westinghouse and Challenger.

In order them to be interchangeable with other manufacturers lines, they must be the Type CL.
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If you look at the link they are ul listed for Murray, ge, a few others I don't remember


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Is this a Joke? I hope some HD electrical aisle delinquent didn't print this up and hang it up for real.
I'm soooooo looking forward to my retirement job in that isle ....~CS~
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It clearly states right here I can use Siemens in all of these panels! Must be ok.
This looks like the sign the HVAC guy hung on my panel
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It clearly states right here I can use Siemens in all of these panels! Must be ok.
Key word: "fit"
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If you look at the link they are ul listed for Murray, ge, a few others I don't remembe
Yes, but they are not Eaton BR breakers like you buy at the local home center. This is specifically talking about Eaton type CL breakers only.
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