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Old 08-04-2011, 12:48 PM   #31
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When I get home from work ill take a few more pictures of the entire system from the meter to the panel.

It is from my understanding that in 2005 the electric was redone. The took out the fuse panel and made it a junction box, instead of running it all into the new box.
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Old 08-04-2011, 01:00 PM   #32
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If you end up doing rewiring for the house to fix the mess, you may be able to get rid of the old fuse panel. You do have a job ahead of you getting that rat's nest figured out and made neat & tidy. I rewired my house over time, which actually made it easier to do, than trying to do it all at once.
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Well im trying to decide if it would be easier to run a new panel up stairs to supply power to the second floor.... But i will redo it all. I hate the way it all looks.
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A subpanel is one option or pull new home runs back to main panel.
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As promised here are a few more pictures. I dont know why they rotated
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More Pictures following the main power
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No idea why but the last picture is upside down. This follows the power from the main meter to the main disconnect, Then it moves into the garage and over to a side wall in the attic, then over to the man door at the garage, and into conduit. it then goes into the ground and travels about 50 feet or so till it comes into the house. The last two pictures show that the fuse panel and the main panel are jumpered together. For reasons i do not know.
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