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Old 01-25-2008, 06:29 PM   #1
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Where can I find the model number on my 1992 cutler-hammer breaker panel?

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Old 01-25-2008, 07:14 PM   #2
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Don...... there should be a specifications sheet on the inside of the panel door with that information.

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there is a specifications sheet on the inside of the cover but I do not see where it has the model number.
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Don...should be there is there any numbers like BR3030L125RP or CH3040M200CU
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Old 01-25-2008, 07:26 PM   #5
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no nothing like that all of the stickers have 30-xxxx which I have a feeling are the part number for the sticker
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Let me check for a ch panel break down and see if I can find where else it might be. be back in a few.
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Everything I'm showing in my catalogs is showing the model number on the specifications sheet inside the door. Try searching e-bay for cutler hammer load centers and see if they show a picture of a panel like yours for auction sometimes they have close-ups of the panels. Or try the eaton cutler hammer website.

sorry I couldn't help you more.
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appreciate the help
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If it a 1992 Cutler-Hammer panel, it's a type CH* so the panel info is inside the panel on a sidewall of the box. Eaton (Cutler-Hammer's parent) did not buy the Westinghouse line untill a few years later, adding the favorite of hacks everywhere, the Bryant/Westinghouse type BR line...

* That panel is the last decent residental/light commercial panel left on the market, the so-called "Cadillac" panel (SQ D QO) has long gone downhill in quailty as with with their competitors.......

BTW, the color of the box and trim will be sandalwood, not gray if a C-H "Classic" panel.
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sure enough that is exactly where is was, I did not see it before because the mains are running up that side. thank you
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Ahhhhh yes the sandalwood ch panels. Consider yourself lucky Don.

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yes but now I have to decide if I should have a new 42 pole panel put in or add a sub panel near this one.

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