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BonerGhost
Mar 9, 2007



Sockser posted:

Another circuit is the outlet for my washing machine. That's it. Nothing else. gently caress you.

Is this not the correct way to do it? I thought current code says laundry on its own 20a circuit.

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Elviscat
Jan 1, 2008

MESS WITH THE OWL GET DISEMBOWEL





Oh yeah, even if it's not required that's super normal, washing machines can be a pretty big load with decent inrush currents.

Sockser
Jun 28, 2007

This world only remembers the results!






Huh. When everything else is wrong, the thing that's correct looks weird.

Granted, the lights in my laundry room are on a different circuit, and the outlet my (gas) dryer plugs into is on a third circuit, so, yknow. Fun times with dumb house wiring

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