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Yes, when it's designed to be secured that way. Did you look at the schematic inside the enclosure to confirm?

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Mike

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Is the method in the picture an acceptable way of securing the main breaker? If not, what is supporting documentation when calling it out?

Yes, that looks like a typical Eaton hold down screw. It should work on Cutler Hammer, Challenger, &, I believe, Westinghouse equipment.

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Yes, when it's designed to be secured that way. Did you look at the schematic inside the enclosure to confirm?

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Mike

No but I will next time. Thanks to both for the confirmation.

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