Trumbull panel?

Originally Posted By: rmoore
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Anyone know anything about this panel? Obviously antiquated, inadequate, and in need of replacement. Looks FPE-like in that the breakers are on towards the outside. I never got to the report on this one as the deal died an hour after the inspection due to a bunch of structural and other problems (clients get a break on their next).


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Richard Moore
Rest Assured Inspection Services
Seattle, WA
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Originally Posted By: gbeaumont
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Hi Richard,


that is a neat looking panel at first glance it looks to be 1920's or 30's era but it obviously must be I guess 1940's or 50's, but is of a very antiquated style (does anyone equate panels and style ![icon_sad.gif](upload://nMBtKsE7kuDHGvTX96IWpBt1rTb.gif) )

Last time I saw something like that Bella Luggosi was using it to bring Frankenstein back to life

regards

Gerry


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Originally Posted By: rmoore
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Home was 1907…and I doubt it will make its centenial!


House looked “cute” from the street but it was a frightening “Money Pit” inside.


Run away! Run away!


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Richard Moore
Rest Assured Inspection Services
Seattle, WA
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