I have a shed, that has a sub-panel, with a main breaker at 30 amps (Green). On each side of the 30amp breaker is a 15amp breaker (Black).
Form what I can tell, one of the 15am breakers goes to one outlet which is dedicated to powering my pool pump.
The other 15amp breaker, goes to lights, and other outlets around the yard.
Currently my pool pump is running on this 15amp 120V outlet, but I've read, that these pumps are more efficient on 240v.
In my house, I have heaters that are wired to 240v (20amps), but I've never seen 240v on 15 amps. Is this something that I could do?
I don't think I can just replace the 15amp breaker, with a 20 amp breaker correct? Since the main sub-panel breaker is 30, so 20 + 15 would be 35.
Do I have any options to make this work? I don't know if 10amp breakers exist to switch to 20 / 10 maybe?
Any help would be appreciated!