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Posted by Wick on March 9th, 2000 07:07 PM
In reply to Light switch by jimt on March 9th, 2000 12:31 PM [Go to top of thread]

Hey Jim, I actually can help with this one. Here's the formula
according to the Better Homes and Garden website
the method is Watts/Voltage=Amperage, so if you've got a
total load on a 120 Volt circuit of 2400 Watts that would
equal 20 Amps (2400/120=20). So a 20 Amp breaker can
handle a total load of 2400 Watts, a 15 Amp breaker would
handle a total load of 1800 Watts, and so on. Hope this helps!

WickRock Chalk Jayhawks, KU!

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