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Electrical Question about Adding a Pool Circuit

I want to add a heater to my above ground swimming pool. This will require a 220 outlet. Can I add this to an existing 220 such as the water heater circuit?


Electrical Question about adding a Pool Circuit

Received from a Intermediate in Huntington, IN

Question: I want to add a heater to my above ground swimming pool. This will require a 220 outlet. Can I add this to an existing 220 such as the water heater circuit?

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