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What Size Circuit Breaker

I Also Have F2543 But My Problem is What Size Circuit Breaker Do I Need ????
I Have A 240 Volt& 750 Watts

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A 750 watt heater at 240 volts draws 3.15 amps so a 2 pole 15 breaker with 14/2 wire would be fine

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