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Old 2/13/19, 7:22 PM
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Default 2 pole breakers

Educate me-how can one identify a single breaker that allows 2 pole connections correctly? TYIA
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Old 2/13/19, 8:17 PM
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It would need to be connected to two bus stabs on the panel as opposed to a piggy back style CB that connects only to one stab.
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Old 2/14/19, 6:13 PM
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GE is the only one I know that allows a single width breaker to hit both bus bars. It will be one half position out from the other breakers.
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