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  1. Canadian Electrical Forum
    Good day, I am doing some wiring as a homeowner and have a question about sharing neutral lines. I have attached a diagram for more information. I would like to put in GFCI breakers to service the exterior outlets of my home and one kitchen outlet. As it is currently wired, the single...
  2. Residential Electrical Forum
    Helping some friends with some interesting wiring on a 1970's house with recent renovation by non-contractors including some iffy electrical work; breaker box doesn't have a ton of cables in it for the size of the house, but the original install they used 14-3 instead of the traditional 14-2...
  3. Residential Electrical Forum
    Hello all, I have a 60 amp Cutler Hammer GFCI that is tripping intermittently. I already tried replacing the breaker and no change. I can reset the gfci no problem after it trips. The hot tub is new. The hot tub runs 240V with no neutral-wiring and spa pack are all new FLA is ~43 amps. I am...
  4. General Electrical Discussion
    I just wired a 240 heater using 2 existing 120v circuits. One of the circuits has a GFCI outlet, the other has a normal outlet. The heater is wired downstream of both outlets using the hot wire from each. I measure 240 at the heater. When the heater comes on, it pops the GFCI. Can someone...
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