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CallMeVilla 09-25-2012 08:26 AM

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You are better served by installng a small subpanel. This will allow you to have your circuit breakers set up for 110VAC and 220VAC without splitting the single wire. I recently did this in a garage to install receptacles, overhead lights, an in-wall AC unit, dust collector, and power for a large table saw. All went well.


CallMeVilla 09-25-2012 08:26 AM

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You are better served by installng a small subpanel. This will allow you to have your circuit breakers set up for 110VAC and 220VAC without splitting the single wire. I recently did this in a garage to install receptacles, overhead lights, an in-wall AC unit, dust collector, and power for a large table saw. All went well.



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