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Old 04-30-2011, 04:07 PM   #16
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Running electrical wire

Originally Posted by bbddt View Post
i thought if you were using a 30 amp you had to use #8 not #10 i have a chart and have to check it to be sure. but doing a project also and if i remember correctly #8 is for a 30amp. someone correct me if thats not right
Consider yourself corrected:#10 for 30 amp, #8 for 40 amp. Unless a long cable run requires correction for voltage drop.

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