Question about Connecticut Electric & SWITCH UBIP130 "PUSHMATIC" SINGLE POLE CIRCUIT BREaker
You need to put in what we call a sub box. This should be done by a licensed electrician, but if you really want to do it yourself you will need a distribution box some wire and it has to be connected directly to your main lags from the meter box, this box will have a main breaker built into it and spaces for additional breakers, depending on your existing wiring the electrician might chose to wire the additional box directly to your meter base and not your existing box. Either way you really should seek local professional help on this project, just for your safety and to satisfy your home-owners insurance.
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Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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