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cearles

03:40PM | 07/03/03
Member Since: 07/02/03
2 lifetime posts
I need to make sure my circuit breakers are turned off. I have a 70 a 50 and a bunch of 30s and 20s in a wadsworth circuit box. Would the 70 and or the 50 breaker be for the old ceiling heat system?

Tom O

10:58AM | 07/06/03
Member Since: 09/17/02
476 lifetime posts
Beats me. Purchase a non-contact voltage tester & you should be able to identify which breakers go to which ceilings.

MrElectricOly

09:24PM | 07/12/03
Member Since: 05/11/03
62 lifetime posts
NO They are not for the cable heat. Cable heat is limited to 30 amps maximum. You should be able to tell the breakers are off -because they have a OFF position (assuming someone hasn't hooked a wire directly to the buss, and not to a breaker). Why do you need them off? Jim Simmons - Mr. Electric

cearles

02:33AM | 07/13/03
Member Since: 07/02/03
2 lifetime posts
I had a water leak in the attic and the bottom layer of drywall fell expossing the wires. I need to make a hole in whats left so I can get to the leak.


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