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To add to the other answer, your two phases are 180 degrees out of phase so that it creates what is called destructive interference Now this doesn't totally fit because your electricity is all flowing in the same direction, but the same principle holds. Note that wave A and wave B are completely canceled out. Even with the two waves running in the same ...


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Yes, this does sound like a problem. Assuming your panel is like most, the breakers are on the same phase and you have two problems: No Common Shutoff MWBC is required to have common maintenance shutoff. That means if you turn off one breaker to work on the circuit, the other is turned off too. That is important for safety. This can be done with a handle-tie ...


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