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ByDave Rongey © Ask the Electrician 2017 Author, Licensed Electrical Contractor
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What to do When the Panel Neutral Bar is Full

How to Expand the Capacity of the Neutral Terminal Bar in a Panel: If the terminal bar runs out of room then an additional terminal bar may be added.

Expanding the Capacity of the Neutral Terminal Bar in a Panel
Electrical Question: I would like info on adding an additional neutral bar to my main service panel.

This electrical wiring question came from: Richard, a Contractor from Keyport, New Jersey.
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Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical wiring question Richard.

How to Expand the Capacity of the Neutral Terminal Bar in a Panel

Please Note:
Home Owners or inexperienced individuals should not perform work in electrical panels, but rather locate a licensed electrical contractor to perform this type of panel work and wiring.

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