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  1. #1
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    Default ITE Panel (not pushmatic)

    I ran accross an ITE sub panel.
    It has regular "Type" breakers not the "push-matic" type.
    Are there any issues with these? The home was built in 1974.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: ITE Panel (not pushmatic)

    Additional Info...
    It is an "ITE Imperial" panle.


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    Default Re: ITE Panel (not pushmatic)

    I see them here fairly often in mobile (manufactured) homes from that time period. I don't know of a problem, but the ones I see will not be from the same factory as yours.

    How's this for tidy workmanship?

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    Default Re: ITE Panel (not pushmatic)

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Meier View Post
    Not bad, missing a bushing on the conduit in the bottom.
    Breaker #6 on the left side is double-tapped, pic too small to see, where a circuit was added.
    I didn't question the conduit. It came that way from the factory, AFAIK. Manufractured Home, eh?

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