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Old 08-26-2011, 05:03 PM   #1
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Multiple wires to one breaker


I have to boxes/receptacles on the bottom of my utility room sub-panel and another box/receptacle on the same wall. I would like to run them on the same circuit. How should I do that?

Run a separate wire from the breaker to each of the three receptacles? easiest.

Or run the wall receptacle through the panel to the other receptacles and one of those to a breaker?

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