Question about Heating & Cooling
Size 10 wire is pretty big - it will probably be too hard to use. How many amps do you plan to use? The #10 wire is good for 30 amps - that's usually more than what a normal house's outlet can carry. #14 wire can carry 15 amps.
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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