Installing Sub-Panel Wiring
How to install a sub-panel in a 100 amp service for a 220 volt 30 amp dryer…
Sub Panel for a 220 Volt 30 Amp Laundry Circuit
Question: How to install a sub-panel in a 100 amp service for a 220 volt 30 amp dryer. I have added and wired 30 amp breakers and devices to an existing panel but have never before installed a sub-panel. My experience is as a D.I.Y.’er and homeowner. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. THANKS!!!
This electrical question came from: Ray, a Handyman from Tampa FL
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