Was able to look at the panel quickly at Christmas, checked with my volt meter and one of the legs is dead, the problem appears to be a double pole breaker at the panel that feeds the shed. It is triped and wont reset, the problen is there is no way to kill the power to the panel besides pulling the meter. There is a transfer switch at the pole for a PTO generator, but since dad hasn't had livestock for a decade it hasn't been used and don't think it is a good idea to mess with it. I never have had to pull the meter or pull a breaker out when it is hot, do you think I should work on it or call an electrician? I really wouldn't mind just pulling the breaker, am I right in thinking that as long as I don't touch the rails I'll be fine? Thanks, John
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