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PARTS MANUAL HTS 400 120/208 VOLTS OR 120/240 VOLTS

DEAR SIR can you help me with the parts manual of HTS Transfer Switch 400 Amp, 120/240 Volts please?

I need the part number of transfer switch mechanism but nobody knows about it.

I hope your answer, thanks.

Best regards.

Juan Carlos Leon

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  • ventas835 May 28, 2009

    You are great Sir!



    Thank you very much.



    Sincerely. Juan Carlos Leon

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