I did and there are slots. However, when a contractor was working on
my bathroom recently, he chose to twin other breakers, rather than
touch that slot.
Call him up and ask him why he chose the twins over two new full size
breakers. He may have been trying to keep that space open for a future two
Don't see from that any reason they couldn't be used -- I'm confident
the particular arrangement was used to isolate the Main feed breaker
from the fed circuits simply for the visual cue and a (very) slight gain
in functional resemblance to a regular panel w/ a separate main feed
breaker. I hate these cheaper box designs personally...
That is simply from the picture which, of course, isn't definitive and
isn't what I suggested previously -- the documentation sticker on the
inside of the cover or that was included w/ the box will have any such
restrictions. If that is no longer there, look the box up on the
manufacturer's web site...
I _think_ it is simply a cosmetic arrangement as above mentions, but you
should check the source for sure. Don't see why that should be much effort.
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