Is my Fuse Panel safe?
Commander fuse panels are no longer CSA certified. No longer CSA certified means that it would not be acceptable to install this panel in a home today. It does not mean that it must be removed from your home if you have one. There are certified replacement breakers that are allowed to be installed in these panels but they are so cost prohibitive that it is much better to replace them.
These panels were manufactured from the mid 60’s to the early 80’s under the Commander, Sylvania and CEB brand names. CEB brand electrical fuse panels are fire hazards and should be looked at by a qualified electrician. Also note that certain insurance companies may refuse coverage if your home is equipped with one of these panels.