True enough, 208V implies 3 phase which is uncommon in residential (but not
unheard of). To answer that would require knowing how the load is wired.
Given the incomplete nature of the question, my answer is adequate for a
home repair live OP. This poster also wants a 4 foot thick slab, who knows
whats up without background info.
Warehouse/commercial space often has 120/208V and no 240V. It's quite
common in, say, warehouse -> office conversions to have to deal with
not having 240V when you're putting in things like heaters, dryers
In one office I was in, the computer disk drives (Fujitsu Eagles, back
in the days when they were 14" 200 pound rackmount beasties) were
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