> But extra breakers is probably non code compliant?
I don't believe there'd be anything in the code requiring a person to
remove breakers that aren't being used, but I'd take them out if it wuz
Doing so makes it immediately obvious that those spaces aren't being
used. If you ever hire an electrician, he might not notice that there
aren't any wires going to those breakers, and end up putting new
breakers in somewhere else. This way, the electrician would realize
that those spaces are available and use them instead. And that's the
way I'd want it done if it were my house.
Home Depot sells what you want:
'Connecticut Electric Federal Pacific Filler Plate-VPKNCFS at The Home
Depot' (http://tinyurl.com/l7g9ydt )