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Old 01-08-2009, 07:02 AM   #16
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More than one cable in NM connector?

Originally Posted by KE2KB View Post
The electrician who installed my new panel (200A CH), he not only doubled up on connectors / knockouts, but also used several shared neutrals in runs from the panel to J-boxes just above it to connect with wiring that would not reach the new panel.
He used 14/3 or 12/3 cable then split the circuits in the J-box.
I believe, but I am not sure he has these circuits on opposite legs. I need to check this out next time I go in there.

Hopefully he did keep track of the wires. Theres nothing wrong with mini mwbc extending to j-boxes above the panel to feed short lines.

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