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Old 07-27-2008, 08:13 PM   #16
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Subpanel for washer/dryer


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ok, a residential dryer will need a 10/3 w/ ground and your washer will need a 12/2 w/ground.....the dryer is 220, the washer is 110.....
Just a detail - An electric dryer is 120/240 volts. It requires both, which is why a 3-conductor w/ground cable is used.

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I have a quote for the work from an electrician of $1800 CDN including parts and labour. The work involves fitting an entirely new panel with alot more circuits for the future, a baseboard heater, 2 bathroom extractor fans and fixing up a junction box so its neater. It also includes running the wires to wherever I need them for the washer/dryer. Does this seem a reasonable price?

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