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  1. #1
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    Default Breaker

    Should I be concerned about the white substance at this breaker, what causes it? It is a 60 amp breaker feeding a panel next to it (less than a foot away).

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    Default Re: Breaker

    That appears to the filler (sometimes ceramic) that is installed over the adjustment screws at the factory.


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    Quote Originally Posted by paul hardy View Post

    That appears to the filler (sometimes ceramic) that is installed over the adjustment screws at the factory.
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    Default Re: Breaker

    Seems to be a common occurance of Gould/ITE, ITE Siemens breakers in a damp location. I would not get too worked up about it.


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