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#1 posted 09-07-2016 01:49 PM

You can probably limit the beer labor to installing the subpanel and do the rest of the work yourself. Actually, you probably just need him to connect the wire from the subpanel to the 50A breaker and inspect your work and do the bulk of the installation yourself since the video shows you how. Probably a 1 or 2 beer job max, though I would throw a burger on the grill too. Once the sub-panel is in, you can turn off the sub-panel with the 50A breaker, making it pretty easy to add circuits as needed yourself.

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