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Hello!

Photo of panel to be attached and linked (below).

I have taken on the task to wire a new 100AMP main electrical panel. I live in Canada.

Have the permits from ESA (electrical regulatory). Want to make sure it's top shape.

Change out is from an old 100AMP Fuse box.

I have the two main legs feeding into the 100AMP breaker. The neutral is fed to the neutral bar. The GEC to the ground lug at the top.

I've used dielectric grease on connections thus far.

I would just like to confirm that this is a good setup before I start placing in the breakers.

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Thanks folks!
 

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