Question about Square BREAKER CIRC HMLN 15A SP
In short - NO. 15 amp circuits are intended for lighting and outlets and usually have 14 gauge wiring. A 20 amp circuit is usually wired with heavier 12 gauge wire which can carry the increased amps. If you plug in a 20 amp breaker into a 15 amp circuit you run the risk of overheating the smaller gauge wire and starting a fire.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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