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Number: 200/50.14
Name: Electricity: circuit makers and breakers > Interlocking > Between switches and housing > Dual interlocked between door and switch > Lid carrying elements (e.g., contacts, terminals, or movable switch member)
Description: Subject matter wherein the housing cover carries the switching elements such as contacts, terminals, or a moving switch member.

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6710270 Switch Mar. 23, 2004
5986247 High frequency heating device which is safe when its exterior is removed Nov. 16, 1999
5818015 Power supply cut-off apparatus of microwave oven Oct. 6, 1998
5396396 Electronic apparatus and method for grounding electronic apparatus Mar. 7, 1995
4542372 Data distribution apparatus Sep. 17, 1985

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