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Question DetailsAsked on 2/3/2016

I need help finding an electrician to inspect an electric panel on an apartment building.

Insurance company says that some panels manufactured by either Federal Pacific Electric (aka Federal Pioneer, Federal NOARC, Federal NOARK, Stab-Loc), Zinsco (aka Kearny, GTE-Sylvania, Magnetrip) or Siemens (aka Murray) have be described as being problematic and may not sagely guard against overload or short circuit. I need to determine if the building has the impacted panel and take any necessary steps to eliminate potential hazards.

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Which insurance company? Farmers said they don't differentiate between panel manufacturers. In what city does this work need to be done. Federal Pacific Stab-Locs have burned down a few homes in my area.

Answered 3 years ago by Kestrel Electric

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Electrical would be your Search the List category - probably about $100-150 visit charge. You need to get a list from the insurance company for the ones they don't accept, so the electrician can document on his invoice that he check those specific brands and yours (hopefully) is not one of them.


Here is another very similar question with more lengthy answer -


http://answers.angieslist.com/Approx-...


and you can find quite a few prior questions with answers and some ballpark costs for breaker panel replacement in the Home > Electrical link in Browse Projects, at lower left.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD




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