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If you look at this picture the mounting location of the neutral/grounded conductor was relocated. The neutral conductors have sufficient length to utilize the original location.

This 30 + year old building was currently remodeled, and it appears this transformer was relocated.


 

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The Lug they had on the truck did not match the hole layout

if they really had to scab it in, maybe some mastic could have been used for insurance!
 

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Especially between two primary legs. They'd have even had to scrub off the shellac for the new mounting location, when that was already done in the factory location. Strange.
 

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I hope that isn't as close as it looks :eek:
 

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I hope my eyes is not teasing me but did the netural lug have 4 cables going in there ?? i know there is 2 for secondary side but what the heck going on primary side look like one netural or two grounding wires there and i am not sure if they did bonded the cabent with netural or ground hard to say there.

Merci, Marc
 

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I hope my eyes is not teasing me but did the netural lug have 4 cables going in there ?? i know there is 2 for secondary side but what the heck going on primary side look like one netural or two grounding wires there and i am not sure if they did bonded the cabent with netural or ground hard to say there.

Merci, Marc
I saw that too and was wondering about it. It is hard to tell what the other 2 wires are, but there are 4 wires on that terminal.
The neutral connection is way too close the other phase connections for my comfort.:sweatdrop:

Carry On!
 
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