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Old 11-13-2012, 02:21 AM   #8161
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A must for every fridge, Bob and EOTW/SHTF scenario.



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Teach her to keep her booger hook off the trigger!
Booger hooks and bang switches should never meet until necessary!!!! ;D
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Teach her to keep her booger hook off the trigger!
It looks to me like her finger is not on the trigger, her fingers are just so small that it is deceptive.
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It's tough to tell... I agree with Vikingdad though.
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First time my boy held his own bottle

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We call this "Mexican Ketchup"
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That is most certainly a 120/208 volt 3 phase four wire 42 circuit panel.
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That is most certainly a 120/208 volt 3 phase four wire 42 circuit panel.
Don't mean to argue but clearly it is not 3 phase the middle lead is clearly a neutral and you have 2 110v legs. Now those could be coming in from a 3 phase box not in the picture. What do you think is running on 3 phase power there?

We have 3 phase power running into our shop at the mines to be able to run some of our underground machines in there when we are working on them. Like a continuous miner or a roof bolter. Our air compressor is 3 phase but every thing else is single phase. We run a delta-wye configuration on our transformer and use a center tap to obtain our ground. Our miners run on 995 volt and our roof bolsters run on 480 volt our coal haulers are 240volt dc battery powered that in converted to ac because ac motors are easier to control and last longer
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Its ok i love a good argument! The neutral bar is on the far right of the panel. Unless that is a new kind of panel i have never seen a main breaker with a neutral lug anywhere near it much less behind it. Also i see no jumper to connect the neutral to the neutral bar. My vote is for a 120/208 volt 3 phase! Also if you enlarge the photo you can see the breaker has three terminals which would indicate 3 phase. Its very common to feed single phase circuits off of a 3 phase panel. It helps to better balance the load of the entire building across all 3 phases which allows your neutral to carry much less current.

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