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Electrical Question From Brian About 220 Volt Wiring
Question: Can I use 6awg THHN wire to run a welder with 220 volts rated at 70 amps max? With a run of 50 feet in 3/4 conduit.
Electrical question about: 220 Volt Wiring
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[ad#block]Question: Can I use 6awg THHN wire to run a welder with 220 volts rated at 70 amps max? With a run of 50 feet in 3/4 conduit.
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