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Theres a few different ways to set up the secondary panel. The most efficient way, in my opinion, would be to set it up as a subsidiary. This is a really great way to allow power to be shut off for sections of a house instead of killing everything. This requires wiring it to the main panel on a breaker which will serve as the main for the 100amp subsidiary. Obviously this will require that a comparable breaker be installed in the main 200 amp panel to support the new subsidiary 100 amp panel.
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Unlike most circuit breakers in electrical panels, Service Disconnect Switches and Main Switches have the power brought to the panel by entering terminal screws. Shutting the Main or Service Disconnect breaker off prevents the flow of current *into* the panel and other circuit breakers. The large wires that are connected to the terminal screws are LIVE, and will remain so until shut off *upstream*.

Working in a panel with two large diameter cables that do not move easily is a hazard and should not be done unless you are very familiar with this work - and of course, have shut the power off.

Please, reconsider doing this work yourself.

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