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  1. #1
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    Default Cutler Hammer Panel

    Hello all

    This is a Cutler Hammer Panel. I'm assuming that these breakers are made for 2 wires.
    100A service
    Thanks

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    Default Re: Cutler Hammer Panel

    Then your assumption would be wrong.

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    Default Re: Cutler Hammer Panel

    Some CH Classic are listed for use with two conductors.

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    Default Re: Cutler Hammer Panel

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Ramsey View Post
    Then your assumption would be wrong.
    Can you elaborate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Port View Post
    Some CH Classic are listed for use with two conductors.
    These were listed as Class CTL OH 120 volt 1 pole unit

    Last edited by Donald Hobson; 10-02-2014 at 06:15 PM.

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    Default Re: Cutler Hammer Panel

    Hello

    Anything definitive would help

    Thanks


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    Default Re: Cutler Hammer Panel

    I believe the Cutler Hammer breakers listed for two wires have a screw head to hold the wires and small protrusions on each side of the screw to keep the wires from slipping out to the side.


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    Default Re: Cutler Hammer Panel

    They are new enough that you can check by going to a big box and looking at the labels on the side of the breakers.

    All answers based on unamended National Electrical codes.

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