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Posted on Electrical problems in my new shop. Help please

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SweetTea

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#1 posted 08-06-2017 12:15 PM

What I might do, assuming the sub panel is getting enough juice, is rip out the existing wiring, which is in conduit mounted on the face of the walls throughout the building. Then dedicate each breaker for two outlets, 12/2 wire, and sacrifice a few outlets. Then I could leave two slots open for my two 220 lines. Does this sound reasonable?


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