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Is there any way I get print a new GE typical wiring diagram that is on our breaker box downstairs? (It also has a place on it to tell which breakers go to what, as well asw some Load Center instructions).

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The breaker box will need to be manually re printed, you will have to have some kinda portable light to plug into the sockets and a set of walkie talkies makes this job easier. start with the easy stuff , you big appliances they are the 2 position breakers in the box,manually switch the breakers to the off position untill you see the power go out,repeat untill you find them all.plugs in the kitchen and bathrooms are usually on dedicated circuits.If you cant find what a breaker does leave it off eventually you will find it,unles it is a 2 pole breaker good chance it does a major appliance

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