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12-07-15, 03:43 PM
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Posted By SNKETR

So i finally have some time off and am trying to...

So i finally have some time off and am trying to knock this out. I was going to run straight through the wall to the interior side but looks like i have some sort of metal sheet against the board...
09-30-15, 11:16 AM
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Posted By SNKETR

Yea, looks like i'll probably cut out a hole...

Yea, looks like i'll probably cut out a hole behind the panel and run a pvc nipple to the main. Seems to be the best option. I'll probably just move the welder outlet to right there (already have...
09-29-15, 11:43 AM
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Posted By SNKETR

ray2047, Thanks, good to know. Here...

ray2047,
Thanks, good to know.


Here is a floor plan with the locations of the welder and compressor. I want to hardwire the compressor to a switch box as it has a 5hp motor on it. The...
09-29-15, 11:00 AM
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Posted By SNKETR

PJmax, Correct, i would like to not have...

PJmax,
Correct, i would like to not have exposed conduit inside my garage.

hillbilly ace,
The current sub panel is not back to back with the main. they are on opposite sides of the garage.
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09-28-15, 12:25 PM
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Posted By SNKETR

Thanks Pete, Yea I'm trying to do everything...

Thanks Pete,

Yea I'm trying to do everything right and to code. Code for my area is 2008 NEC. Already talked to the city, did the permit, and am approved for the work. Just don't want to do it...
09-28-15, 12:05 PM
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Posted By SNKETR

Need input wiring for a MIG & compressor in my attached garage

I have attached pictures of my main (200A) and sub-panel (70A breaker in the main). The main shares a wall with the garage and the sub-panel is located in the garage. I haven't opened up the panels...
03-28-15, 02:07 PM
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Posted By SNKETR

Figured i should update this since the work has...

Figured i should update this since the work has been done forever. Y'all were correct with all the info you provided me. Thanks. I ended up wiring the fans to each other and having an electrician...
04-02-14, 04:51 PM
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Posted By SNKETR

Ok so i busted out the volt meter and this is...

Ok so i busted out the volt meter and this is what i got:

The first test (test for voltage between each of the feed lugs at the bottom and the neutral lug at the bottom left). I got between...
04-02-14, 01:26 PM
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Posted By SNKETR

Question Adding a 110-120 circuit off a 220 breaker panel?

I have a 220V panel that isn't being used for anything right now. I need to run a regular circuit off the 220V for a set of ceiling fans. I have attached a picture of the panel and how it's...
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