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I only have one 220 line coming out of my breaker box, which goes to my well pump. can i connect my new mr. slim 22000 btu heat pump to that same line?
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Let me try to send you to a quick fast electrical course on wiring size vrs amp draw it can carry before it burns into. The breaker box can send out the rated amps the wire comming into the box its sized for. (example. #3 can carry 10 amps) then it is distributed thru breaker thru the wires to the loads amp draw. depends on the maxium rated amp draw of the load, the wire can carry a certain amount of heat or amps. Ceck the max. rated amps or heat draw it can carry to size your wires & breaker,! thank you very much!

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