2 pole GFCI Breaker wiring

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Old 08-27-18, 04:00 PM
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2 pole GFCI Breaker wiring

Hello everyone, I have installed a jacuzzi bathtub with an inline heater, the bathtub and the heater each require 120v 15A so I have run two separate lines to my breaker box. the normal wire gauge for home electrical outlets awg #14 I think. Anyways my question is that I have a 2 pole GFCI breaker that was used for an outside hottub which we got rid of a couple of years ago. This breaker has two load spots and one neutral spot, Ive read that it could be used for either one 240V load or two 120V loads which is want I want to do, would I wire both neutral (white) wires into the one neutral spot? Further just to confirm that this breaker is rated for 120/240V and up to 30 amps based on the picture?

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Old 08-27-18, 04:51 PM
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You cannot use a 30 amp breaker for a 15 amp circuit.
 
 

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