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Ah, so it has a double breaker behind the panel. I prefer the ganged standard breakers, since they're a lot easier to find if you need a replacement.

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Originally Posted by mitiempo View Post
Dog, it does but with one switch. I wasn't sure so I looked at the schematic on Paneltronics site.

I prefer both Blue Seas products and find their website a lot easier to navigate. I think the Blue Seas panel looks better as well but not everybody might agree. The 8027 is available for $185.16 at Jamestown Distributors.
Blue Sea Systems AC Main 6 Position Circuit Breaker Panel



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