This is Turtle.
If both poles will trip when one or the other trips. It is a Double pole
breaker. Some people refer to a two pole breaker as a double pole breaker.
If one of the breaker will trip with out the other. They are both called
single pole breakers.
Yes Tom i feel sorry for you having to explain yourself with every post.
this is Turtle.
This is the only thing Tom has to do is to pretend here and feel like he has
some worth in someway in life. I kind of hate cutting him down but he will
give advice that might get somebody hurt down the road and i feel like if i
don't ay something. if might be my fault by not saying something. If he was
not dangerious, I would not have to say a word to him.
This warning about using only two pole common trip breakers on 240 volt
circuits does not apply to multiwire branch circuits that do not have
both of the ungrounded conductors attached to the same strap or yoke.
There is no good reason to open all ungrounded conductors of a multiwire
branch circuit because one of them is overloaded or faulted.
On circuits having only 240 volt loads the warning does apply.
This is Turtle.
Your words are well understood by myself but Tom can't hear what your saying
here. There is the wrong way then the right way then there is the Tom
Pendergas way. Your close to talking to a chicken and telling it to not
cross the highway when cars are coming. Forgive me for being so blunt here
but The trueth is the trueth and i had to say it.
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