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Old 11-09-2009, 09:32 AM   #1
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The only local shop that carried Murray products went out of business. I am in need of a murray subpanel. Reason being is i have some extra Murray breakers that i can use in the panel instead of buying new ones.

Does anyone know of a good online shop?

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The only local shop that carried Murray products went out of business. I am in need of a murray subpanel. Reason being is i have some extra Murray breakers that i can use in the panel instead of buying new ones.

Does anyone know of a good online shop?
Would it help if I said Murray is a product line of Seimens?

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Old 11-09-2009, 12:02 PM   #3
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When i was searching for breakers a while back the guys at the place that shut down had told me that. Something about residential vs commercial something or other.

Buying a seimens sub may be the way to go then.

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Would it help if I said Murray is a product line of Seimens?
they might fit in a CH (Cutler Hammer) panel. But it's best not to mix Breaker brand and Panel. I once had a Westinghouse panel where GE (1/2") breakers would fit regularly. (No matter what)Don't Drink and Drive, Ever!!!
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Old 11-09-2009, 07:25 PM   #5
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Check here:
http://www.electricsupplyonline.com/...ray-panels.php
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Old 11-10-2009, 06:41 AM   #6
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thanks Plumbvoltage

Its hard for me to decide which one to get but if i just need a 60-100 amp panel would you get this one

LC2040B1100 MURRAY PANEL WITH 100A MAIN BREAKER

its $60
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It may depend on what you are doing with the panel. I know you said it would be a subpanel. Where is it going in an attached or detached garage or in your basement next to your main panel? If it is a detached garage it would be a fine panel for that. If it is going next to your main panel then you may want to look at the LC2040L1125 since you won't need the main breaker.
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sorry, it will be about 20 feet away from my main house panel in a hallway
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its $250. i was looking to spend $150 max. i dont want to sound picky, but an average 100 amp panel at big blue and bog orange is around $125.
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You are looking at the wrong one, it it the same price as the 100amp breaker panel. Go down 5 spaces from the LC2040B1100.

My local HD(big orange box) carries all the murray products and they are resonably priced.
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thanks man, i really appreciate it.

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