Very helpful, Thanks Paul
Some new thoughts that make me feel good I asked on this board.
I could not tell what size the service lines in where and only wires visible is what you see in the above…hold that thought I will do a clip of the wires in. See in this post a close up.
thats 4 cu going to the 50amp but the main wires in are not much bigger and no labeling, So I did not guess (see in video) I asked.
Now I label the post 50 amp main and that may have been misleading but I really did not see how this could be a 100 amp or better service with the information that I could “see”. No label on meter, painted panel dead front. So until I knew otherwise I called it as high as I could see and that was 50 amps. I thought it may be 70 amp box but I wasn’t sure, so I posted and asked for help. I kept thinking 1967 no ac may have been a small box and in my mind call it smaller and have a electrician open it up and do a true load capacity for the home.
Some of these older boxes are tight and seeing everything is difficult. I’d rather ask and have a few of you think I was a ninny than get it wrong. However most of the members are very helpful and teach rather than preach.
Again Paul thank you,