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#165341 - 06/25/07 08:11 PM Single Phase sharing a neatral
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Can you always share a neutral with two single phase circuits?

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#165351 - 06/26/07 02:46 AM Re: Single Phase sharing a neatral [Re: Cinner]
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NO.

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#165358 - 06/26/07 07:38 AM Re: Single Phase sharing a neatral [Re: Cinner]
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to expand on the NO, some cases where you would not share a neutral are ground fault home run circuits, arc fault home run circuits, and if your two circuits were both L1 or both L2.

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