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Old 01-22-2015, 04:16 AM   #1
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Default Old 480 breaker in stand up panel - anyone recognize?

Need to get a larger amperage. Figured someone could possibly tell me what type ab etc

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Need as much additional info as you can provide, that pic is not enough.

Try to get a pic of the ENTIRE panel, any labels or data plates you can find, any numbers on or in the panel, etc.

You may have to do a shutdown to open the deadfront and see if you can get any info off of the breaker or inside the panel.

Come back with any additional info so the guys on here can help...
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Actually panel info won't help much since there are different variations that could be in there depending on AIC, features, etc...you need the catalog # off the breaker which is behind the plate.
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