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Old 08-29-2016, 03:24 PM
jmstu76 jmstu76 is offline
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Originally Posted by gweaver View Post
jmstu76- Thank you for the kind words.
As far as the breakers go, I'm pretty sure there's a nut under the rubber boot. Try this- wrap some duct tape or painters tape around some needle nose pliers (to protect the rubber boot), and try turning gently. I recall the boot sort of 'snaps over' the retaining nut. Once you get the boot and nut off, they should just slide out the back of the panel. Sorry I'm not more help, it's been 3 years since I did mine.

Maverick- thank you as well for the kind words. Keep an eye out for that DIN panel, it should be arriving soon.

G
You are welcome for the kind words. You were right about the rubber boots actually being the cap and with some firm persuasion they will twist off.

Here is the before pic and the after pics
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