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    I am installing a new outlet in master bedroom behind the tv. There’s a outlet directly below where I want to add the new one. I was planning on pulling power from there. When I pulled the outlet out there was already two 14/2 cables going in to it. Am I still ok to use this outlet for power...
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    Ontario ,Canada I've installed the following : 2 x 1000 watt, 240V baseboard heaters on dedicated circuit 240 volt dual pole breaker Logic: Total AMPs drawn = 8.33 on 15AMP circuit Used 14 /2 gage wire 80% rule means circuit (wire) can safely carry 12 AMP minimum (my heaters draw total 8.33...
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    Hey everyone, I'm new to electrical and looking on advice on running 14/3 wire. Looking to join three lights in a circuit on a three-way. The current switch has a 14/2 coming in for power and a 14/2 to the light. For my new switch can I just run a 14/3 wire to the first light and then 14/2 to...
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    Hi all, I am redoing my basement and the previous owners did a lot of shoddy work and I don't want to follow in their footsteps so I need some clarification here... The area I am working on has a junction box which splits off to power our electric clothes dryer and a local outlet, from the...
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