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Old 04-05-2012, 06:46 PM   #1
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I leased a building the breaker box is old. it's a sq. D qoc 30 mw 225 F or S the main breaker is vertical not horizonal, where can I get one?

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I leased a building the breaker box is a Squar D, I need a cover QOC 30 MW 225 F or S I need a main breaker thats vertical not horizonal it's old where can I find one?

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What size breaker.

The number you spec seems to be a 30 space panel cover.

Can you post a picture?
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ok...what do you need a cover or a breaker?
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You have described a single phase, main breaker panel, with 30 circuit breaker spaces.

QOC30MW225S = Surface cover
QOC30MW225F = Flush cover

Which one do you need?

Or do you need the main breaker itself? That should be a Q22200MT for a 200 Amp ....
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