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Old 03-31-2011, 07:36 PM   #16
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Adding a subpanel is actually pretty easy. You can google it and find lots of information on doing it. I would not let the breaker sit out because the terminal is not seated fully on the buss bar and it could lead to heat isssues on the connection.

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Well what could be the harm in leaving this the way it is I do heating but do not feel comfortable installing a sub panel
If you installed this circuit and breaker, you can install a sub panel.

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