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Old 08-07-2010, 09:35 PM   #1
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is this breaker panel doable like this?


Hi,
I need to add a feeder panel in my attached garage for a new welder and want to add an additional welder outlet near the main service panel. The 100A main panel is full of routine house light and outlet circuits (stove and water heater are gas) so I want to relocate 2 of the smaller circuits near the far side of the house to the new garage panel and use that breaker space for my garage feeder breaker. Does this look feasable:

http://s220.photobucket.com/albums/d...=GaragePwr.jpg

Aside from the wiring details and current sums are there any gotchas going on with this plan?

( I also tried to add a smaller version as an attachment, but as this is my first time here, I figured best to a link in case I did it wrong.)
Thanks for looking.
-George
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