Plus I need some more power outlets. Refbacks are Off. One line would run to the existing barn and a second line would be run to the new shed 100 feet away.
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If so, what do I hook the wires to so I can feed the box. Subpanel placement Options: Hardware stores must assume the sub pannel in my case a load box is in the same structure.
Should I not connect the ground wire in the feeder cable then? Snap the breaker into place.
Connect the black and red wires to the hot bus bars, the neutral wire to the main neutral terminal, and the ground wire to the ground bus bar. Turn the main power off before removing panel covers or touching any wires.
I will only need three wires correct? Very well explained.
We are installing a sub panel in the kitchen with a separate breaker for the oven and cooktop. A neutral will go from the neutral bus bar in the main panel to the NON bonded buss bar in the sub panel and a ground from the ground buss bar in the main panel to the buss bar in the new sub panel.
But this would really depend on your attic.
I am under the impression that I run a ground wired from the panel to the shed, I would not use a grounding rod. Working in an electric panel is dangerous due to arc flash hazards and the possibility of electric shock.