Originally Posted by nealtw
No you have 5 double breakers which are likely stove, dryer, hot water and some other stuff all are 220. The over kill that was talked about was the 200 amps. Two breakers side by side gives you 220, if it was 110 every other spot would be blank.
ok....... so your saying it is 110 coming in with bukoodles of amperage?
The five are Range, Hot Water, Base Board Heat x 2.., Dryer
If that is the case then there enough amps there to double breaker to run a 220 leg out to the *RV? Garage? Both?
Several of the baseboard heaters that are on double breaker (220) I'll be eliminating . Maybe just keep the one in the kitchen and bathroom for pipe freeze protection and remove the bedroom and living room. Im installing a wood stove and also have 110v radiant heater to keep chill knocked off when Im not home.
I live in OH and it snows
RV would be lived in. Probably LP heating. Summer a Window AC. Stove top is small electric 110 I think.