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Old 09-28-2006, 01:10 PM   #1
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I'm in the process of replacing my old, propane only, Atwood 6 gallon water heater for a new one. The new one will be a Atwood propane/electric one. In order to wire the electric elements of the new water heater, I will need to add an extra circuit breaker, in the magnetek 6325 electrical panel. Since there's an empty slot in the electrical panel, there will be no problem.

Anyone know where i can purchase an extra circuit breaker for the magnetek 6325?

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Old 09-29-2006, 03:04 AM   #2
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Hello;

I'm in the process of replacing my old, propane only, Atwood 6 gallon water heater for a new one. The new one will be a Atwood propane/electric one. In order to wire the electric elements of the new water heater, I will need to add an extra circuit breaker, in the magnetek 6325 electrical panel. Since there's an empty slot in the electrical panel, there will be no problem.

Anyone know where i can purchase an extra circuit breaker for the magnetek 6325?

Thanks.

Yves.
Yves,
You should be able to find a matching breaker at almost any large electrical supplier - just remove an existing one and take it in to match it up. The breakers are the same as domestic household units, so it will be a matter of locating the same brand or a similar design from another manufacturer.
For example, my Magnetek 6332 uses Cutler Hammer BD series breakers which were unavailable locally, but I found that Siemens makes a physically identical breaker that I was able to substitute when I required another 120V circuit. I decided to add a second additional breaker as a spare at the same time, which filled up the last space in my panel.

There are quite a few on-line retailers of electrical equipment as well, so if you are stuck or don't want to substitute a different brand, you can do a internet search using the brand and model number of the breaker you require.

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