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    Default disp + DW on double pole breaker

    This is the first time I've seen this. The dishwasher and disposal are on a multi wire circuit like we usually see. However, in this case, instead of two individual single pole breakers, they are connected to a double pole breaker with a common trip (normally seen on 240v circuits). The breaker takes up two spaces on the bus so each item is fed by a different phase. They share a neutral in the NM 14/3 cable.

    In my own mind I believe this is acceptable but I just want to make sure.

    Is it ok?

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    Default Re: disp + DW on double pole breaker

    Nevermind....I found my answer here > http://www.inspectionnews.net/home_i...-circuits.html

    Thanks for the previous posts.


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