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in remodeling to tackle about any project in your home. Feel free to call me if you have a question or drop me an email. I
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A good handyman follows local codes. If you find a problem tell the homeowner so they can get it fixed.
Don't leave a house without inspecting for obvious problems like old wired taped off in the basement or attic.
Code only allows any circuit to be loaded 80 % of its rated load. We understand that
most devices will not be on all the time, however, there only needs to be one time for all to be on to exceed the allowed
ampacity of the circuit, and to be sure there is absolutely no fire hazard, the 80% rule should be followed.
A 15 amp
circuit can carry a total of 1440 watts,which is 80% of the 1800 watts found by mulitplying the volts times amps,15
x 120 x 80%= 1440.
A 20 amp circuit can be loaded 1920 watts, 120 x 20 x 80%=1920 watts.
If the panel was
recently replaced there should have been a 15 amp breaker because code allows #14 wire, which can only use a 15 breaker,and
a 20 amp breaker cannot be connected to it.
The small furnace blower may pull up to 12 amps at start up, or "Locked
Rotor Amps". Motors need to be protected by a breaker 125% of the load, 12 x 125%= 15. This can use # 14 wire and a 15 amp
breaker, and should be alone on the circuit.