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Can I connect the incoming cable at the bottom of the disconnect terminals

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NO you cannot.
. Artical 240.40of the NEC2008 code states Disconnecting Means for fuses. Cartridge fuses in circuits of any voltage where accessible to other than qualified persons, and all fuses in circuits over 150 volts to ground, shall be provided iwth a disconnectiongs means on their supply side so that each circuit containing fuses can be independently disconnected from the source of power.The top is marked line. This is where you connect the incoming power source. Then the switch then the fuses then the outgoing or load connections. thats why there is enough space in the disconnect to allow the wires to loop in from the bottom of the disconnect to the top line side lugs.

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