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  1. Electrical
    I am installing a 220 outlet for a compressor--I thought I would be "extra safe" and install GFCI breaker in the panel--the outlet calls for #10 wire--- hot red one, hot black one and a ground--all #10---no neutral. The GFCI 20 amp 2 pole breaker ---murry--- that I bought has a white coiled...
  2. Electrical
    I'm having some irrigation installed. The installer cut through a 220 in ground line. They said it would be ok to splice it and put silicone around it. I'm concerned about the safety since the line is connected to an outlet in a detached garage that contains 2 kilns that run on the 220...
  3. Electrical
    I am replacing an old two wire range that I have hardwired to the circuit. Fot the new dual fuel range, a 4 prong outlet is called for. I realize that an entire replacement run from the breaker box is called for. What do I do with the extra two wires?
  4. Electrical
    Today I wired a single-phase 20 amp 220V 3-blade receptacle. After testing as expected, I got 220 V when both hot receptacle slots were tested. Also got 110 Volt from the ground receptacle slot to each of the hot wires slots individually. I have a metal receptacle box and happened to notice...
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    I'm getting ready to install a bubble tub (use air rather than water to create movement) the rated draw from the motor is 3A at 220/240V. I thought "no problem" just pick up a GFCI breaker, pop it in and life's good. No such luck, I can't locate one. Is there such an item? If not, how else...
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