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07-20-18, 04:59 AM
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Posted By NTL1991

Thanks for that info. That'll be the way I go,...

Thanks for that info. That'll be the way I go, then.

You make a good point about wire size. I was going with a 60A breaker to feed the new panel as the maximum branch breaker in the old GE panel...
07-19-18, 10:07 AM
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Posted By NTL1991

Okay so scratch THQP off the list :) For the...

Okay so scratch THQP off the list :)

For the short term, I'm going to find some original TQP's to allow for two free openings in the GE panel and I'm going to leave it like that.

Down the road,...
07-18-18, 05:55 PM
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Posted By NTL1991

Excellent, thank you! That'll make finding them...

Excellent, thank you! That'll make finding them much easier.
07-18-18, 01:02 PM
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Posted By NTL1991

Okay, so the panel label shows the bottom two...

Okay, so the panel label shows the bottom two circuits on each side allow for tandem breakers, "20 poles maximum. 70A max branch breakers."

"Use only with GE Type TQP, TQL, TQL-AC, TQAL-AC,...
07-17-18, 07:56 PM
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Posted By NTL1991

I'll have to take a look at the label next time...

I'll have to take a look at the label next time I'm there. It's covered up with my breaker diagram showing the circuits.

I see one 20A breaker labeled as a GE type THQL, a 30A 240V breaker labeled...
07-17-18, 06:51 PM
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Posted By NTL1991

Older GE Load Center. Swapping Full-Height Breakers to Half-Height THQP

I'm trying to clean up my parent's older breaker box a bit. Their mid-60's 16-space GE TM1610 has all full-height breakers and is currently full.

I'd like to replace the full-height breakers with...
04-02-16, 04:14 PM
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Posted By NTL1991

Thank You, I think this is the route I'll go. ...

Thank You, I think this is the route I'll go.

I'm actually surprised to see them at a rather inexpensive price; I was imaging a Combination GFCI/AFCI would go for over $40-50 each. Not too bad to...
04-01-16, 04:53 PM
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Posted By NTL1991

Thanks, I believe the 2014 NEC is enforced here...

Thanks, I believe the 2014 NEC is enforced here in Rhode Island.

I did some more digging today and found that Leviton makes the AGTR1-W, called a DFCI, or Dual Function Arc-Fault and Ground-Fault...
03-31-16, 09:20 PM
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Posted By NTL1991

Adding AFCI Protection to Ungrounded Outlets with GFCI Protection

Hello,

I'm looking into the possibility of protecting the few circuits in my small 1948 home with AFCI's. The main service is 100A to a FPE Fuse Panel, not an FPE Breaker Panel; You can all sigh...
07-24-11, 07:49 AM
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Posted By NTL1991

Thanks for the reply. Sounds like an easy enough...

Thanks for the reply. Sounds like an easy enough job to tackle. I'll also look into installing a hard start capacitor.

Nick
07-22-11, 06:36 PM
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Posted By NTL1991

Central Air -Condensor Fan Doesn't Turn and Breaker Trips

Hello there,

I've been having an issue for the past three days or so. This problem is intermittent. It seems that my 18-year old Rheem 10 SEER Central Air system is having a problem "starting up"....
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