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Old 2/1/19, 3:40 PM
Dan T. Kostenbader Dan T. Kostenbader is offline
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Default Westinghouse panels

Im reasonably certain that there aren't any specific issues with Westinghouse panels but when I saw this one today, I immediately thought of Zinsco panels and I wanted to make sure I was thinking correctly. The double pole ties don't seem correct to me. I would welcome any and all comments. Thank you.
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Old 2/1/19, 8:51 PM
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Default Re: Westinghouse panels

The set up on breaker 7 looks wrong. Is that a three wire to a 'sub? Hard to tell without being there.
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Old 2/2/19, 9:00 AM
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Default Re: Westinghouse panels

Those are Quad Circuit Breakers. Common for 240v circuits with limited space.

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