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steve d steve d is offline
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need help with power dist block & maxi bkr

I see a list of # of wires per block, like 1 #6, 3-#10s. I take it that means 3 #10s in the same hole on the same block?
About Maxi breaker panel: I have #6 from power block to one side of maxi breaker, the other side of maxi breaker has #6 to the other breaker panel. Is that allowed? or do I need #6 from power block to other panel?
 


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