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If the installer didn't fill in the label inside the door you're relegated to turning one off and checking what turns off in the house. You can do this by yourself but it's a lot easier with someone in the house to tell you what shut off as you switch off each breaker in the box. Use things like plug-in lamps or hair dryers in outlets to know when they go dead.

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