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#38620 - 05/27/04 08:49 PM okay?
sparky*62 Offline

Registered: 07/27/02
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I want to tap off an existing welder outlet,that is not used and feed a 20 a 2p breaker that will feed an A/C unit. Is it legal? The breaker will be in a small QO panel.

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#38621 - 05/28/04 04:34 AM Re: okay?
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If the conductors are sized properly and you use some type of switch/disco that will allow only one to be on at the same time, it is OK.


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