Coupler/Repeater question

Coupler/Repeater question

Post by Kent McPhe » Sun, 02 Jan 2005 23:14:12


I'm moving into a new house that has no 220V plugs (electric dryer or range
for example) so do I have to hard wire in a coupler/repeater? That would
mean getting an electrician to do that since I'm not comfortable getting
inside my circuit box. Any other way to bride the legs?
 
 
 

Coupler/Repeater question

Post by Robert L. » Mon, 03 Jan 2005 03:37:35

> I'm moving into a new house that has no 220V plugs (electric dryer or

No. If you're not at ease working inside the breaker panel, definitely hire
an electrician.

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Coupler/Repeater question

Post by Bruce » Mon, 03 Jan 2005 08:04:41

An electrician or handyman can do the job in about 15 minutes so it's
worth paying to have it done if you're not comfortable. It's really a
simple job that can be done safely if you can turn off power to the
panel.

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