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Old 01-25-2013, 04:31 PM   #1
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Hey All..

I was wondering if was possible to purchase a new sticker label for the main panel door. The original electrician was pretty sloppy with his hand writing, and I am making changes with my transfer switch. Would love to have a new sticker to slap on there and have it all neat and clean.

I have a Square D Homeline 200 amp panel.

Did some googling, but came up short.

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Electrical supply have them. Or maybe try the big box stores.

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Just make one up in excel.
I do that at work, and then have a sleeve to put them in.
When changes are done, just retype, print and slide into the sleeve.
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Any office supply, even Wal-Mart has peel and stick labels.
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Just make one up in excel.
I do that at work, and then have a sleeve to put them in.
When changes are done, just retype, print and slide into the sleeve.
I did this for myself, and have since done some for others when I have gone through and identified their circuits. After listing all of the breakers, with the appliances, lights, receptacles, etc. that are on each one, I resorted the list by description, so hanging by my panel is a sheet protector with two sheets, back to back. One side lists the breakers with everything that is on each breaker, and the other side is a list of all of the appliances, lights, receptacles, etc. in alphabetical order with the breaker number next to it.
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I have a bunch of Excel panel directory templates if you'd like them. They work real nice.
I use an 8.5x11" clear "Display Protectors" from Avery (#74404) to mount them on the panel.
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Hey Guys... Thanks for the Excel idea. Speedy Pete that would be great if you could send it over.

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Try this.
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