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Hi Tim!
TW> I'm hoping to get some new audio/video equipment soon. The circuit where TW> it's going to plug in is an old one in that occasionally overloads, and als
TW> has no ground connection. Last year, we added on to the house and put in TW> brand new electrical service (new 200 amp box). There are 3 or 4 breakers TW> in the new box that are not hooked up to anything - it appears they are TW> unused. I would like to use one of these unused circuits to hook up to a TW> new outlet for my audio/video equipment. I assume that it's just a matter TW> of stringing the appropriate guage wire from the circuit breaker to the TW> outlet. Is there anything else that I should be concerned about?
I would add some sort of a surge protection device between the new outlet and A/V equipment.
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