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Re: OT --Reliable circuit breaker/outlet finder *LINK* *PIC*

Lee Schierer in McKean, PA
I have a Klein Tools ET300 and it works very well. I have used it on industrial and home panes, by Square D, GE and Pushmatic. It requires the circuit to be powered. You plug the transmitter into the receptacle or light socket (using a screw in adapter), then at the panel you scan the entire panel once with the receiver ignoring any beeps, then go over the panel a second time to locate the correct breaker to turn off. At $29.99 it is pretty cheap.

Lee

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