I live in an apartment with a very old circuit breaker box that looks like this:
The panel's description says that it's from the Federal Electric Products Company, Catalog No. 116. According to this answer here, Federal Electric was purchased by Federal Pacific Electric. FPE then went on to make Stab-Lok breakers, all of which should be replaced.
My box looks similar to a panel that's described as being an "early model electrical panel [that] used the "Stab-Lok® " "E" bus and "F" bus designs." However, there are some differences between my panel and this early Stab-Lok panel.
My panel doesn't say that it's a Stab-Lok breaker specifically, and it doesn't look like any confirmed Stab-Lok breakers that I can find online. Does this mean that the breaker doesn't need to be replaced, or should I pressure my landlord into replacing it?