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View Poll Results: What is your preferred panel brand?
Siemens 19 19.19%
Cutler Hammer BR 6 6.06%
Cutler Hammer CH 13 13.13%
Square-D QO 40 40.40%
Square-D Homeline 10 10.10%
Murray 5 5.05%
General Electric 6 6.06%
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:38 PM   #41
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Siemens panels are what we prefer, the Cutler BR can is flimsy, the QO is way overpriced and I hate the neutral bus bar setup. The HO is ok, would use in a pinch if necessary. The copper bus Siemens is one of the best on the market, but it is all personal preference. Pretty much whatever tickles your pickle! Lol
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Siemens panels are what we prefer, the Cutler BR can is flimsy, the QO is way overpriced and I hate the neutral bus bar setup. The HO is ok, would use in a pinch if necessary. The copper bus Siemens is one of the best on the market, but it is all personal preference. Pretty much whatever tickles your pickle! Lol
i havent found one yet that tickles my pickle, except that one time, wearin wet, sweaty shorts, and somethin, well never mind!
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Murray of course. With a lifetime breaker guarantee you can't go wrong. Can you?



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I took this pic today at a customer's home. I had not noticed one before. Anybody else see this before?
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hey all you midwest guys, does anybody around here even nsell murray? ive worked on several old ones, but never have seen a new one
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hey all you midwest guys, does anybody around here even nsell murray? ive worked on several old ones, but never have seen a new one
You can buy Murray in Wichita at Midwest electrical supply. Same maker as Siemens.
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