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Old 10-21-2017, 09:29 PM  
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Originally Posted by harborremodel View Post
I think what i'm going to end up doing is surface mounting the sub and bringing the feedwires from the main in through the back of the panel. From the surface mounted sub i'll then run the surface mount conduit. I liked to idea of a flush mount but in the end keeping it simple and clean is what i'm really after.
Good choice, and allows you to easily and definitively separate your 240V from the 120V.

In the separation of your 120V circuits be cognizant of which buss-bar the circuit breakers are originating from, to avoid an unintentional 240V.

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