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What does the term two circuit mean? Is it the same as double pole? Just another way to say it?

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Yes a two circuit is the same as a double pole....the two circuit are commonly used to run two piece say for a pool like a heater and a pump or two pumps....a double pole could be used IF they are both run from the same line, but NOT if they are run from two separate lines...

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But - Umm.. huh?

By "40mp" Do you mean 40 amp? They are both "computable" but I suspect that you meant compatible. If so, yes, 40 amps is 40 amps regardless of what it supplys, as long as the wire is the right type and size. I haven't seen a 40 amp residential dryer though. Residential electric ranges and electric dryers are both 240 volts - but the dryer is usually a 30 amp circuit (#10 copper) and protected by a double pole 30 amp circuit breaker. The range is a 40 amp circuit (#6 aluminum) and protected by a double pole 40 amp circuit breaker.

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You question does not make sense to electrician.
So add a comment with more detail.

Here's what I can say so far:
1) Single-pole switches have 2 brass screws plus green ground screw. Line and Load wires connect to either screw.

2) Double-pole switches have 2 brass, 2 dark, and green ground screw. Do continuity test with multimeter to check relationship between screws.

3) Some people say double-pole when they mean 3-way switch, that has 2 brass, 1 dark, and green ground screw. Dark screw is 'common' for both Line and Load wires.
Screws are color-coded and tell electrician how to wire device.

Electricians don't guess, they test. So if there is confusion, electrician will test wiring before connecting switch.
That's as far as I can go without more information.

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