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I have in stock alot of cutler hammer 115 br afci breakers not combo Can you use materials up till they are exhausted when there is a code change?

lets see.......youre in Boston and still have old branch feeder afci breakers in your stock?


those haven't been legal in Mass for how many years now?

or did you think you were getting a good deal buying someone elses old stock and realized you got screwed so now you want to use something that hasn't been allowed since the 2008 NEC?
 

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I have in stock alot of cutler hammer 115 br afci breakers not combo Can you use materials up till they are exhausted when there is a code change?
They are not compliant-- The NEC gave us a time period to use up stock.
 
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Use them for target practice. PULL!!!
 
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Call a breaker broker, Nabco in IL or Breakers Unltd in IN will buy new breakers like that and re-sell to suppliers and contractors. You won't get as much as you put in but its something

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