I didn’t have any luck getting responses the last place I asked . . .
This is not your “classic” Zinsco panel box.
Today’s inspection, said “Magnetrip” on the cover, didn’t see “Zinsco” till I got inside.
Old, for sure, but do they have any historical issues, like the “regular” Zinscos?
Russell I am not sure if this helps but the inspect NY site blames failure on aluminum parts while a past june NACHI thread seems to state magnetrip was copper.hmmm
Hi to all,
Russ, back in the late 50’s and early 60’s Zinsco branded their panels as MagnaTrip, without seeing a picture I can’t be sure, but every MagnaTrip panel I have seen or seen pictures of was just a standard zinsco so I would avdise the client to have the breaker connections evaluated by a licensed electrician.
Hey Joe this was your thread and it ranks on Google.
Hi to all,
here you go I knew I had scalped a pic of a magnatrip.
as others have said the aluminum rather than the copper bus bars are the real issue here.
Guys, thanks to each one of you!
I’m calling it out as a concern, with my standard Z phrasing.
BTW, this was all copper. There was a “66” scrawled x the front in pencil, but who knows . .
Russ, they missed a 6 :twisted: