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An electrician is installing circuit breakers on a residential install. There are two small-appliance circuits to the kitchen. She is splitting the two circuits between the two hot buses. Why is she doing this? A. To bring the two hot conductors out of phase B. To stagger the panel connecting points C. To better balance the circuit and distribute the loads more equally D. To bring the two hot conductors in phase
An electrician is installing circuit breakers on a residential install. There are two small-appliance circuits to the kitchen. She is splitting the two circuits between the two hot buses. She is doing this: To better balance the circuit and distribute the loads more equally.
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An electrician is installing circuit breakers on a residential install. There are two small-appliance circuits to the kitchen. She is splitting the two circuits between the two hot buses. She is doing this: To better balance the circuit and distribute the loads more equally.
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Maurice is an electrician installing a free-standing electric range. He'll use the 50-ampere receptacle that comes equipped with a 50-ampere rated pigtail. What must he remember with regards to the pigtail? A. Never use it as a disconnecting means for the circuit. B. It's safer to connect the range directly into the wall-mounted junction box. C. He'll need a maximum of six inches of wire when hooking it up. D. Never use it to extend the length of the wire.
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Maurice is an electrician installing a free-standing electric range. He'll use the 50-ampere receptacle that comes equipped with a 50-ampere rated pigtail. He must remember with regards to the pigtail is: It's safer to connect the range directly into the wall-mounted junction box.
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Maurice is an electrician installing a free-standing electric range. He'll use the 50-ampere receptacle that comes equipped with a 50-ampere rated pigtail. What must he remember with regards to the pigtail? A. Never use it as a disconnecting means for the circuit. B. It's safer to connect the range directly into the wall-mounted junction box. C. He'll need a maximum of six inches of wire when hooking it up. D. Never use it to extend the length of the wire.
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Maurice is an electrician installing a free-standing electric range. He'll use the 50-ampere receptacle that comes equipped with a 50-ampere rated pigtail. He must remember with regards to the pigtail is: It's safer to connect the range directly into the wall-mounted junction box.
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If the largest conductor in a service entrance is No. 1 copper, then the minimum-size copper grounding electrode conductor will be A. No. 6. B. No. 4. C. No. 2. D. No. 8.
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If the largest conductor in a service entrance is number one copper then the minimum size copper grounding electrode conductor will be: No. 4.
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Maurice is an electrician installing a free-standing electric range. He'll use the 50-ampere receptacle that comes equipped with a 50-ampere rated pigtail. What must he remember with regards to the pigtail? A. Never use it as a disconnecting means for the circuit. B. It's safer to connect the range directly into the wall-mounted junction box. C. He'll need a maximum of six inches of wire when hooking it up. D. Never use it to extend the length of the wire.
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Maurice is an electrician installing a free-standing electric range. He'll use the 50-ampere receptacle that comes equipped with a 50-ampere rated pigtail. He must remember with regards to the pigtail is: It's safer to connect the range directly into the wall-mounted junction box.
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Maurice is an electrician installing a free-standing electric range. He'll use the 50-ampere receptacle that comes equipped with a 50-ampere rated pigtail. What must he remember with regards to the pigtail? A. Never use it as a disconnecting means for the circuit. B. It's safer to connect the range directly into the wall-mounted junction box. C. He'll need a maximum of six inches of wire when hooking it up. D. Never use it to extend the length of the wire.
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Maurice is an electrician installing a free-standing electric range. He'll use the 50-ampere receptacle that comes equipped with a 50-ampere rated pigtail. He must remember with regards to the pigtail is: It's safer to connect the range directly into the wall-mounted junction box.
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