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May 7 '21 at 5:14 comment added Harper - Reinstate Monica @aerospark not merely for a panel upgrade, which is what that nets out to.
May 7 '21 at 1:33 comment added aerospark And NEC doesn’t require pulling the circuits serving the kitchen up to code as a result of this sub panel installation? e.g., two 20 amp circuits serving countertops and dedicated circuits for appliances fixed in place?
May 6 '21 at 18:23 comment added Harper - Reinstate Monica You can leave them in place until the day before an inspector comes :) @aerospark seriously, the way I see it is a) "hey, free THHN wire".... and b) now there's empty space in that conduit, bigger feeder...
May 6 '21 at 14:14 comment added aerospark good catch on the 10 current carrying conductors in one conduit. Conduit is FMC back to main service panel. #8 is H-H-N plus #10 G. The ground lands on the old neutral bus and leaves from there to the garage panel. If I use existing #8 for 50 amp service to this panel, do I have to pull out the other conductors from the FMC or is it sufficient to abandon them for derate purposes?
May 6 '21 at 5:53 history answered Harper - Reinstate Monica CC BY-SA 4.0