DIY.Greg said:Hi folks. I am installing a 30amp Eaton DPF221RP fusible pullout a/c disconnect, but Im using it as an appliance disconnect instead. It did not come with any instructions about how to wire it. I have quite a bit of experience with wiring, so I'm feeling pretty stupid right now. Here's what I have: 30amp disconnect switch Two fuses 10-2 UF line from main panel box off a 30amp breaker There are 2 lugs labeled 'Line', but I have only one 10-2 wire coming in. Then there are 2 fuse holders, each of which is labeled 'Load'. There is also a small 'Equipment Ground Terminal'. Are there usually 2 wires coming in for an a/c disconnect? And am I supposed to run only the hot wires through this box?
Why are you installing a fusible disconnect?