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#1 posted 02-25-2010 07:53 PM

... and … since I don’t see all the relevant data … another possibility is to consult with an electrician to see if the 15A breaker could be replaced by a 20A breaker without exceeding total load.

If you’ve got the capacity, then … you’re golden.

I also agree with TheDane: high draw goodies (table saw, band saw, DC, etc) probably need their own circuits.

-- -- Neil


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