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Old 08-19-2013, 08:12 PM   #1
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Anyone else use this junk? Their kos suck donkey nutz they skip 1 1/4 on the top side? Wtf and they all twist the same way so if u need 1" and twist it to hard the next bigger comes out!!!!

1st and last time i use it. Oh ad their brkrs are 5.20 when an ite is 3.20? For what

I justified the ge due to it was a replacement and they had 4 new afci brkrs in existing can!

But never again
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Old 08-19-2013, 08:17 PM   #2
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I'm not a GE user myself but I did install a GE panel recently and I thought it was fine. It has a copper bus and galvanized can which are both nice features.
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All electrical panels suck.. depends who you ask..

I like the Murray junk.. it goes in quick and makes me money..
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Anyone else use this junk? Their kos suck donkey nutz they skip 1 1/4 on the top side? Wtf and they all twist the same way so if u need 1" and twist it to hard the next bigger comes out!!!!

1st and last time i use it. Oh ad their brkrs are 5.20 when an ite is 3.20? For what

I justified the ge due to it was a replacement and they had 4 new afci brkrs in existing can!

But never again
Sounds like the quality is same as their panels they had up here. Piece of junk. I don't know of anyone who even sells them anymore.
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I like Murray too. I know it's bottom of the line, but it works just as well as all the rest while putting more profit in my pocket.
I definitely like those little hooks that hold the panel cover on before you screw it in.
Who cares if the bus is copper? The service entrance conductors I install are aluminum, as is the neutral bar.

Back to GE, there was one thing about their panels that I liked, but I forget what it was.
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I like Murray too. I know it's bottom of the line, but it works just as well as all the rest while putting more profit in my pocket.
I definitely like those little hooks that hold the panel cover on before you screw it in.
Who cares if the bus is copper? The service entrance conductors I install are aluminum, as is the neutral bar.

Back to GE, there was one thing about their panels that I liked, but I forget what it was.
U have 2 good traits
1. Ur memory
2. Something else but u cant remember what it was!
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