Joh n: with an arc fault breaker (s) can you use 1 neutral with 2 different circuits /breakers I have 2 circuits /wires ,in 1/2 emt, installing 2 arc fault breakers,but in the conduit is only 1 neutral can 2 arc fault breakers share the single neutral in the breaker box ??
TheSeattlegreen: Hey Dominic, I just installed my first 2 pole CAFCI......The neutral is sharing for 2 circuits, and works like a charm.....So it is possible for one neutral to share two hots with a CAFCI......just letting you know
Rene Moran: Awesome video. Very insightful.... Thank you
bobsutube: Thanks Dominic
Tom Frantz: Good video. Thank you for making this...
Jose Avila: What size double breaker do l need to have for a 23 amp.water fall 240 volts thanks
Jose Avila: What is the best way to have a recepticle outside for a refrigerator.
Jose Avila: Do I have to separate the neutral from the ground in a subpanel, even if its feed from a main panel at the power meter . Thanks
MonimBoseño: Awesome, thank you askmid, I just subscribed to your chanel, you are amazin, keep it up dude..
Jared Waterman: I have the same Siemen's breaker you demonstrated, and this fits in my GE sub panel. Can you mix/match them, or do I need to get a GE AFCI breaker for a GE panel?
chienmichael: Will you be able to recommend AFCI breaker manufacturers? Thank you.
Death ToTruthers: This is an excellent video. Thanks. I was wondering if it was possible to install an arc fault breaker on an existing/old panel, given that I didn't know which one would be the neutral for that circuit. This video has a great explanation of how to do that. As soon as I can find my main breaker, I'm going to install these on my kids' room circuit. Thanks!
Steve D: Thank you.
Sandra: Make all your 110 circuits AFCI or AFCI /GFCI Dual Function
Wayne Somcher: Excellent video - very clear and instructive. Thanks for taking the time to inform us. Does the AFCI offer any GFCI protection? To bad AFCI isn't the standard period, and priced accordingly.
Shadow of Palms: Great tutorial. Thanks
ozzstar: good video, thanks
Mary Howard: I'm pretty sure the NEC 2008 says something like "all power sources" meaning Lights and plugs are required to be Arc Fault protected. All bedrooms and all habitable spaces that are not GFCI protected (bathrooms kithens unfinished basements). REMEMBER TAMPER RESISTANT PLUGS ARE NOW REQUIRED. Great teaching job - especially telling people to read.
B Carr: I am replacing a arc fault breaker but this particular one has only a neutral line connected to it and the coiled white out is connected to the neutral bar. The load line black for that circuit is connected to a regular breaker. I have never seen this type of connection. Do you have any ideas as to why they wired that circuit this way.
Robert Rooney: This guy must hv the worst looking pannels. Who wires breakers tht aren't attached the circuir. Momo
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