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Can I run 220v from a 50amp breaker

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Okay here goes, voltage does not matter as long as the breaker has the correct current draw (amps) for your load. Also 220 vac is normally provided by running two different phase hot lines into a double breaker. The difference in phase is require to make the item work properly. If you run two lines of the same phase into a double breaker then you still wind up with 115 vac. You might want to have an electrician do this if you do not know what you are doing. Not doing this properly can cause fire and/or lose of life and property.

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