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Old 06-16-2012, 10:55 AM   #1
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Breaker compatability


Will a Murray 2 pole Type MP-1 fit in a Square D pannel?

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Breaker compatability


I feel like this isn't a serious post, but I will answer just in case.

There is NO way any breaker besides a Square D QO will fit in a QO panel.. both legally, and physically.

If we are talking about a Homeline panel, the answer is the same. Homeline panels are rated to take only Homeline breakers.

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