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12-05-12, 11:52 AM
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Posted By chandler

It won't work if the two 15 amp circuits are...

It won't work if the two 15 amp circuits are already pretty close to limit. They will overload a single 15 amp breaker if combined.

Still think a subpanel is best.
12-05-12, 11:30 AM
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Posted By chandler

It depends on what you are stacking on the 15 amp...

It depends on what you are stacking on the 15 amp breaker. If the first 15 amp breaker had a normal load on it, and you doubled it up on another 15 amp breaker with a normal load already on it, then...
12-05-12, 10:24 AM
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Posted By chandler

Jim, would you also bring the refrigerator off...

Jim, would you also bring the refrigerator off the LINE side of the GFCI to prevent nuisance trips?
12-05-12, 08:51 AM
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Posted By chandler

Thanks for the clarification, Jim. I was just...

Thanks for the clarification, Jim. I was just assuming he was terminating at the countertops.

Brholte, the NEC requires two separate circuits to the kitchen countertop receptacles. Two circuits,...
12-05-12, 06:05 AM
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Posted By chandler

Just to clarify post #5. You must have two (2)...

Just to clarify post #5. You must have two (2) separate 20 amp circuits feeding the countertop receptacles, and they can't feed anything else like lighting, but can feed other receptacles in the...
12-05-12, 05:26 AM
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Posted By chandler

Unless this "misc use" is for small appliance...

Unless this "misc use" is for small appliance countertop use. You must have GFCI protected separate 20 amp circuits (2) in the kitchen.
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