New House : Two Electrical Questions

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Nope
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metspitzer wrote:

Does that go for putting a penny in a fuse holder also? The least safe circuits are the ones that never trip the breaker.
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Ryan wrote:

Get two different electricians to check it out and give an estimate to have it fixed if needed. Present this to the seller and tell them you want it fixed before you buy it.
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It is possible and legal to have the 120v coming off the 240v circuit, in fact you could have two 120v circuits and also one 240v circuit from one 4 wire cable, disconnected with one two pole switch. It is the legal way to avoid a sub panel in ther garage (ground rods etc)
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Which show? Is it a movie theatre, or a big screen?
Yes, it's possible to switch 110 and 220 using the same switch.
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