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Old 09-08-2008, 09:35 AM   #16
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A picture tells a thousand words. Get that panel out. You have nothing to work with keeping it. Forget the sub panel. Install a new 200 amp service with a good brand name panel. ( Square D) would be an excellent choice. That picture seals the deal for me IMO.

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Old 09-08-2008, 08:13 PM   #17
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Directly about the 100A main, there are lugs for attaching wire, just before the main. So they are always hot. There are currently wires on them, they go to a small box next to the panel, I felt this setup was incorrect (as several here confirmed), and there is nothing hot in the box anymore, I plan to pull it when the meter is off. -- However I am curious, Can anyone tell me what a legitimate / legal use of these lugs would be? Since they are before the 100A main?
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I believe those lugs were put on at sometime to allow the panel to be used as a MLC (sub-panel). I don't know if they are factory installed.

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