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#78670 - 10/18/01 08:33 PM #12 to #14 tap  
frodo  Offline
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hi,
can you extend a circuit using 12/2 from a 14/2? 15 amp brkr.

-regards
frodo


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#78671 - 10/18/01 09:54 PM Re: #12 to #14 tap  
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I don't see why not, other than possible confusion in the future. What is your reason for using #12?

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#78672 - 10/19/01 12:03 AM Re: #12 to #14 tap  
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hi,
I was doing an addition. i got power for the new receptacles from the old porch light. the wiring was #14.

i rarely use 14/2.

i didnt think there was any violation there...just sounds funny.

thanks for the replies.

frodo



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