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    Default multiple taps at main

    this looks like it was made for two feeders but not three?

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    Default Re: multiple taps at main

    Made for parallel conductor sets, and, you are correct, one side of each is multiple tapped (and it does not look like it is made for that).

    If ... that big *IF* ... if you could have removed those conductors and that lug, you would have been able to see on the lug what it was rated for. It might also state in the wiring diagram or on the label.

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    Default Re: multiple taps at main

    How about this one, Jerry?

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    Default Re: multiple taps at main

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Hurst View Post
    How about this one
    Rick,

    That's commonly referred to as a 'AFU' type connection, typically done by WTFDIK 'electricians'.

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