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Increasing Electrical Circuit Size

Why Increasing the Size of an Electrical Circuit is Dangerous – Electrical circuits are designed to keep all the components of the electrical circuit within a safe limit so they do not over heat an become a fire hazard.

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Electrical Question: What device or component would I need to increase 15 amp output to a 30 amp output?

This electrical wiring question came from: Bernadine, a Handyman from Florida

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Thanks for your electrical wiring question Bernadine

Why Increasing the Size of an Electrical Circuit is Dangerous

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