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Glad the pictures help. Just to clarify, the furnace needs a 20 amp. That's why I was wondering if it would be possible to just change the 40-15 side
thanks for the pictures. that helps a lot.
I was right, all of your breakers are twin breakers except for the larger two pole devices.
I am pretty sure I have figured it out with where the ground goes. One question I have for you is that the stove is on a two pole 40 amp breaker, but
if you can take a picture and send it - this way I can tell what you are talking about.
you may have a twin breaker in one or more single pole
the breakers with two wires on it [red and black] is a 240 volt breaker. if you'll notice, there is a tie bar on it or it may have a common trip where
I think I have just answered my own dumb question after looking again. I now see that there is a spot on that strip with all the white wires where the
So I have taken the cover off of the panelbox. I see two empty spaces for the new 20 amp breaker, and I see a strip at the bottom with a bunch of white
Great, the diagram helps clarify. I posted the last comment just before that came up.
That's good to know. I can't say that I understand everything that you said, but most makes sense. I believe there are 2 spare spots on my panel, so that
check out my diagram. maybe you'll get the idea I'm trying to get across.
romex wiring is ok but around a heating appliance I'd rather install
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