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Hey guys! Quick question. I was told that you needed to seperate loads in panel away from your av circuts. The electrician will be there today and I wanted to make sure he did it right. Do you keep the oven, dryer, etc away from your av circuits or what?? Thanks in advance.
 

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It's best to run your A/V circuit back to the main panel. The oven, dryer and water heater are all 220/240 Volt units, so they will be connected to both hot wires (phases) at the main panel.
 

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I think what he means is that the circuits for AV would be physically separated from the circuits with the dryer, etc., in the panel. I can't see how that would help.
 

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Originally Posted by ctviggen /forum/post/18173643


I think what he means is that the circuits for AV would be physically separated from the circuits with the dryer, etc., in the panel. I can't see how that would help.

I thought that maybe that's what he wanted to know.

But anyway on a re-work an electrician is going to do the best way that the wires allow. It not going to make any difference anyway.
 
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