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Old 06-05-2012, 06:11 AM   #46
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50 amp 220 over 8/3 with ground to 40 amp double breaker feeding into load center?

Originally Posted by Jim Port View Post

As there is nothing to assure that every other circuit is turned off I feel it would be prudent to count the neutral as a CCC. In this case the reduced ampacity would apply.
If you turned off every other circuit, you would still only have TWO current carrying conductors... They would just be Line to neutral, not Line to Line.

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