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Posted on Electrical problems in my new shop. Help please

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Fred Hargis

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#1 posted 08-07-2017 05:08 PM

Like others have said, the cost of changing that meter will vary widely (hugely) depending on who provides your power. Co-ops are usually the most friendly, and municipal power the least (IME). The only way to know for sure is to ask them. The other that may vary is the amount of red tape involved. A local co-op is little more than a phone call to get a meter installed, but the public power provider I have expects a complete write up on their forms before agreeing to run a meter.

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