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    Jun 6, 2007, 11:17 AM
    Connecting a 220v appliance
    Wire from panel till appliance,diagram
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    Stratmando Posts: 11,188, Reputation: 508
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    Jun 6, 2007, 01:16 PM
    I don't have any pictures.

    However, picture 2 #12 wires in a conduit with a green #12 for ground. 20 Amp circuit.

    For a dryer, 4 # 10's. Red and black is hots, white is neutral, and green is ground, atach green to box for ground also.

    A Range would be 2 #6's for hots, #8 for neutral, and #10 for ground(green)50/60 Amps
    In the panel, the 2 hots go to 2 pole breaker, white to neutral bar(whites attached to)
    Green gets connected to ground bar.

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