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#164449 - 06/03/07 04:18 PM Dual channel service
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I'm replacing 60 a. with 100 a.panels in a two family home is it permitted to use a 2/0
service cable rated at 150 a.to feed the meter channel or do I have to use a 4/0 200 a. cable.

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#164454 - 06/03/07 06:01 PM Re: Dual channel service [Re: gunner]
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I see this as a 200a service, 2/0 cu or 4/0 al. The multifamily break in 220.32 starts at 3 units
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