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Old February 12th, 2008, 08:35 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by chevotass View Post
the main breaker should be the answer to the questions you seeking
unless someone subsequently rewired the load center and hadn't upgraded the actual service lines, and/or unless one is in one of the silverman homes in the City of Fenton near Tomek elementry.

polling some of my neighbors I have seen main breakers with ratings including 100 amps, 150 and 200.

given that my home somehow passed inspection in the mid 90s despite several violations, and knowing what I know of Silverman's construction methods I'd make a small wager that they picked either 100 or 150 amp service lines for every house, and just chose different panel sizes based on the number of circuit needs/desires.

on my list for this spring/summer is to finally get my main service lines upgraded to 200 to match my 200 amp panel, and to install a proper bypass for the generator instead of backfeeding through the dryer.
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