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    Default NEC 240.81

    I found this interesting ...

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    Default Re: NEC 240.81

    Upside-down breakers.

    Nice show, though.

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    Default Re: NEC 240.81

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnar Alquist View Post
    Upside-down breakers.

    Nice show, though.
    I thought so to and nice work. Just thought it was a good example.


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    Default Re: NEC 240.81

    That was a panel in Canada. The CEC allows sideways mounting. Their panels also have the separator between the service conductors and the branch circuits.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Port View Post
    That was a panel in Canada. The CEC allows sideways mounting. Their panels also have the separator between the service conductors and the branch circuits.
    I was afraid of that ....soooooo good example what we don't allow in the USA.

    Thanks for clearing that up. I was wondering if maybe that was the case as the non metallic cabling was not any that I was familiar with and the panel was a new one to me.

    Last edited by Roger Frazee; 08-17-2010 at 10:36 PM.

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