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        Discussion Topic  RE: 8ga aluminum for 40A? (in Electrical) by CinANC
        1. This place is an accumulation of skilled owner-built projects that began as a remote 16x20 cabin ......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 8ga aluminum for 40A? (in Electrical) by CinANC
        Thnx again- got a journeyman scheduled for end of this month! Love the internet....
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 8ga aluminum for 40A? (in Electrical) by CinANC
        Thanks to you both for your time and knowledge! I do find mixed signals out there on this topic, but......
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        Discussion Topic  8ga aluminum for 40A? (in Electrical) by CinANC
        My new range will be rated 40A. Breaker is 30A, so I replaced it with a 40A but I see the wiring is......
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