Is there a good reason behind this code?
No, you can plug in the washer there too.pete87 said:I thought the 20A Laundry Circuit was for the Laundry appliances . Iron and so forth . The washer can be on a 15A circuit in the same area .
I have installed 2 circuits in High End Ressi quite a bit , but i run both 20A anyway .
Not sure what what you getting at, our 20amp plugs in Canada will allow 15 or 20 amp appliances to be plugged in. And yes we can get just a t-slot 20amp. But that wouldn't work out so good on a kitchen counter. Or laundry room.darren79 said:That would be good for the appliances I own that have a 20A plug on them, oh wait that number is zero. I will stay with 15A circuits.
Could have been your old jobs I was seeing ! I'm also doing the Shockdoc method.used to always run a dedicated 20 amp circuit for the washer
and if they had a gas dryer I would run a 20 amp circuit for it too
and if they had any other receptacles in there I would run another circuit for them
now......theyre all on the same circuit
Shockdoc would be proud