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    breaker panel chart

    anyone have a blank breaker panel chart they can post? ya know the one inside the breaker box? we just mapped out our electrical system and would like to replace the existing chart with one that actually reflects what's on each circuit! (ie, "general kitchen" isn't helpful on the current chart!)

    if not, does anyone know where they sell them?
    thanks!

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    I can e-mail you a blank form to fill out and print.

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    I used a Brother P-Touch label maker to make individual labels for each breaker in my panel. You can get several different width tapes for one label maker and use different size fonts to be as brief or elaborate as you want and the printing is easy to read.

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    Sheeeesh...I was just getting the hots for ya speedy !!

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    if you have ANY spreadsheet program on your computer (excel, lotus, even microsoft word) you can make up your own chart. In the spreadsheet program just reformat the row height for about 16 and lable the left side with odd numbers - 1-3-5-7-9 etc and the right side with even numbers 2-4-6-8 etc until you get the total number of spaces in your panel. most is 40 circuits. then just print it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy Petey View Post
    I can e-mail you a blank form to fill out and print.
    thanks! i'd appreciate it! how/where for my email address?

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