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    Default Can a electrical subpanel act as a junction box?

    Good Morning,
    I inspected a house a couple days ago and found a sub panel in the laundry room. The panel was not accessible to the home owner because rivets were put in the panel. The pan has not breakers and just seems like a junction box. The main panel is directly above it on the second floor. If access is denied to the occupant does this need to have breakers?

    Barrington Sheffield
    Aggie Property Inspections, LLC
    Duluth, GA

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    Mar 2007
    Ormond Beach, Florida

    Default Re: Can a electrical panel act as a junction box?

    Duplicate thread - reply to the other thread.

    Jerry Peck, Construction / Litigation Consultant
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