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2- Can I install two GFCI 20 amp temp powerreceptacles on a multiwire branch circuit?

I am wondering if I'm using a 10/3 teck cable to power two 20 amp GFCI receptacles for a temporary power situation, can I use two separate single pole 20 amp breakers at the panel for each receptacle. Meaning i took Black wire to one receptacle, Red to other receptacle and pigtailed neutral and shared it between receptacles.

Will it work? Why or why not?

Is it to code?

Thanks for your time all.

2- GFCI 20 amp temp power

I am wondering if I'm using a 10/3 teck cable to power two 20 amp GFCI receptacles for a temporary power situation, can I use two separate single pole 20 amp breakers at the panel for each receptacle. Meaning i took Black wire to one receptacle, Red to other receptacle and pigtailed neutral and shared it between receptacles.

Will it work? Why or why not?

Is it to code?

Thanks for your time all.

Can I install two GFCI receptacles on a multiwire branch circuit?

I am wondering if I'm using a 10/3 teck cable to power two 20 amp GFCI receptacles for a temporary power situation, can I use two separate single pole 20 amp breakers at the panel for each receptacle. Meaning i took Black wire to one receptacle, Red to other receptacle and pigtailed neutral and shared it between receptacles.

Will it work? Why or why not?

Is it to code?

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Will it work technically and if? Why or why not what is potential problem. ?

Is it to code?

Thanks for your time all.

So i am wondering if you use a 10/3 teck cable to power two 20 amp GFCI receptacles for a temporary power situation can i use two separate single pole 20 amp breakers at the panel for each receptacle. Meaning i took Black wire to one receptacle, Red to other receptacle and pigtailed neutral and shared it between receptacles. If this is against code is not only my question but also will this work technically and if not what is potential problem.

Thanks for your time all.

I am wondering if I'm using a 10/3 teck cable to power two 20 amp GFCI receptacles for a temporary power situation, can I use two separate single pole 20 amp breakers at the panel for each receptacle. Meaning i took Black wire to one receptacle, Red to other receptacle and pigtailed neutral and shared it between receptacles.

Will it work? Why or why not?

Is it to code?

Thanks for your time all.

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2- GFCI 20 amp temp power

So i am wondering if you use a 10/3 teck cable to power two 20 amp GFCI receptacles for a temporary power situation can i use two separate single pole 20 amp breakers at the panel for each receptacle. Meaning i took Black wire to one receptacle, Red to other receptacle and pigtailed neutral and shared it between receptacles. If this is against code is not only my question but also will this work technically and if not what is potential problem.

Thanks for your time all.