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    [QUOTE=jim rozen;3431271] No, I'm not. If I...

    No, I'm not. If I was...

    I would have figured out how to get out of this rat race area and move to Tahiti.
    Laying on the beach with topless babes serving me Mai Tai cocktails and giving me...
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    What would you say if a twist connection has two...

    What would you say if a twist connection has two wires, one stranded copper and the other stranded tin? Would there be corrosion at the microscopic level.
    When you think about it, a stranded wire...
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    Imagine a priest giving his blessing on that...

    Imagine a priest giving his blessing on that thought.
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    Well the breaker is 30A and there is a long run...

    Well the breaker is 30A and there is a long run of 8 gauge to the branch box. No regrets.
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    That is a good suggestion, thanks.

    That is a good suggestion, thanks.
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    It's all stranded copper. Sometimes I solder the...

    It's all stranded copper. Sometimes I solder the ends of stranded wires if the connection is a screw down. Otherwise the strands splay out to the sides. Other times I twist the strands tight before...
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    I used twist nuts this morning. The wire lengths...

    I used twist nuts this morning. The wire lengths are long enough so that one day I can replace the nuts with copper bus bars. For now case closed, literally. :Yawn:
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    That's exactly what I've got. The connections...

    That's exactly what I've got. The connections would be two 10 gauge and one 8 gauge wires per twist nut.
    Compact yes. But does not look neat and clean.
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    Mechanical ways to do a T branch circuit?

    One single phase 240VAC (Red,Black,Green 8 AWG) circuit. Want to branch two ways (Red, Black,Green 10 AWG).
    Right now I have a regular 4"x4" 2" deep box. The twist nut approach would do it but the...
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