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    Overcurrent protection

    Panelboards with snap switches 30amps or less should be protected with no more than 30, 37.5 150 or 200?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartyCoyne View Post
    Panelboards with snap switches 30amps or less should be protected with no more than 30, 37.5 150 or 200?
    The answer must be 200 amps. I can't tell you why that is or what to reference for that answer, but that was the answer I put and didn't get it wrong.

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