Question about Pacific International Federal Pacific Breaker
The only way unless the existing wiring is long enough or can be re-routed to the new sub is to use junction boxes with covers and wire nut to connect the wires ( make sure that the wire is the same as the wire you are connecting to and install breakers to accommodate the amperage rating of the wire examples are # 12-20 amp, #14-15 amps , # 10-30 amps # 6 50 amps do not put any 220 volt and 120 volt in the same junction box and no low voltage wire in with 120 or 220 volt wires , if you will need to splice the range wire or any wire larger than #10 i would recommend replacing with new wire if this is not possible then use only connectors approved for the wire to be used .good wiring !
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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