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oh sorry lmao, no im new here i dont know how to navigate anything really i'll check that out.
No need to apologise mate, we've been here for years and still dont understand, Pete.:p:p:p:p:p
 

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I’ve never seen anything like that before. Even looking beyond the mess, I’m trying to work it out.

Is it a state side thing?

A member from the states hopefully will be along shortly to advice.

Every time I think I’ve got a grasp I haven’t.

Can someone explain it?

P.S. I don’t get the train thing also...
 
Anything is a improvement over a FPE panel with the possible exception of a Eaton BR panel, which I call Zinsco II, Zinsco, and FPE, Federal Pacific Electric are the 2 most reviled names in electrical equipment due to the problems with some of the products those 2 companies made.
 

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Would a Square D Homeline 100 Amp six Spot 12 Circuit Panel work? With six 20amp single pole homeline breakers?

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You can choose any brand name of panel you want to is this panel inside or outside?
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Anything is a improvement over a FPE panel with the possible exception of a Eaton BR panel, which I call Zinsco II, Zinsco, and FPE, Federal Pacific Electric are the 2 most reviled names in electrical equipment due to the problems with some of the products those 2 companies made.
Federal pacific has been out of business for years
 

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