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Why would only this breaker be corroded and none others around it? . . .

It's suffering the ravages of a misspent youth. When it was younger it experimented with "dirty" power, associated with off-brand panels, and shared multi-wire circuits with others of the same pole.

Now, it lives out its old age in decrepitude, a servant to a heat pump it loathes.

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It's suffering the ravages of a misspent youth. When it was younger it experimented with "dirty" power, associated with off-brand panels, and shared multi-wire circuits with others of the same pole.

Now, it lives out its old age in decrepitude, a servant to a heat pump it loathes.

Brilliant.

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Why would only this breaker be corroded and none others around it? . . .

It's suffering the ravages of a misspent youth. When it was younger it experimented with "dirty" power, associated with off-brand panels, and shared multi-wire circuits with others of the same pole.

Now, it lives out its old age in decrepitude, a servant to a heat pump it loathes.

You're amongst friends, Jim. Do you wanna talk about it?

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Why would only this breaker be corroded and none others around it? . . .

It's suffering the ravages of a misspent youth. When it was younger it experimented with "dirty" power, associated with off-brand panels, and shared multi-wire circuits with others of the same pole.

Now, it lives out its old age in decrepitude, a servant to a heat pump it loathes.

Good. That's what I'll tell my client. . .

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Why would only this breaker be corroded and none others around it? . . .

It's suffering the ravages of a misspent youth. When it was younger it experimented with "dirty" power, associated with off-brand panels, and shared multi-wire circuits with others of the same pole.

Now, it lives out its old age in decrepitude, a servant to a heat pump it loathes.

You're amongst friends, Jim. Do you wanna talk about it?

Funny. The ramblings of a ravaged mind.

Marc deserves a pat on the head as well.

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The AC system was probably added years after the home was built and that breaker spent most of it's time bouncing around in the back of the electrician's van before he pulled it out of his bucket of spare breakers and used it.

ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!!

Mike

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