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Question by cosmo
Submitted on 9/29/2003
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how do i hook up a 60 gal air tool compressor  electrically its a 220 - 240 craftsman air  compressor i just need the wiring diagram and to install an electrical box to the main panel with a circuit breaker please help  thank you

Answer by r3
Submitted on 10/16/2003
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when ever you ask a question please give all the info i will need like the amps and do you have enough room in your panel how far away will you place the new panel?


Answer by BJ
Submitted on 4/4/2006
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How do i hook up my 10-2 WG air compressor to a 10-3 WG dryer receptacle???Thanks


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