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05-26-14, 07:14 AM
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We do not use Al wire , at all . Therefore , I...

We do not use Al wire , at all . Therefore , I will have to look up the wording ;

(w) Conductor material. Article 310.106(B) is hereby amended to read as follows:

(B) Conductor...
05-25-14, 04:14 AM
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Posted By WyrTwister

No way I would run aluminum . Besides , in our...

No way I would run aluminum . Besides , in our area , it is strictly limited . Do not know if it is , where the OP lives .

If that is not a GE loadcenter ? What is it ? ( Not saying you...
05-24-14, 10:05 AM
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Posted By WyrTwister

If you had enough spaces , yes , run 2 circuits ....

If you had enough spaces , yes , run 2 circuits . But looks like you are close to running out of spaces in the main / service loadcenter ?

I am not as familiar with a GE load center as I am...
05-24-14, 07:46 AM
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Posted By WyrTwister

No way I would use a 90 or 100 amp CB . That...

No way I would use a 90 or 100 amp CB . That would require much larger wire than would be needed for the loads I remember him needing . Both the CB & the wire would unnecessarily drive up the cost...
05-24-14, 05:24 AM
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Posted By WyrTwister

First of all , you will , by hook or crook , need...

First of all , you will , by hook or crook , need two 1" ( total of 2" ) open spaces , side by side .

I would use cable with three # 6 copper current carrying conductors and one # 10 earth...
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