John Kogel Posted October 21, 2010 Report Share Posted October 21, 2010 I've got an inspection to do in a 50 year old condo building. I expect to see an antique Pushmatic subpanel in there. Copper branch conductors with conduit providing the grounding. No evidence of any problems, just old. Should I automatically call for replacement of any breaker panel this old? Or testing of the breakers by an electrician? There are about 40 units in the building. Would it be stepping out of line to recommend that strata council have all the breaker panels in the building tested? Click to Enlarge 20.84 KB Download Attachment: Bulldog2.jpg 51.66 KB Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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