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    Re: Sub panel install

    Sorry, a little confusion here. The original stove run was #6 3wire aluminum. The ground was connected at the stove but not at the main panel. My plan was to take the same wire and feed a 50 amp sub...
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    Re: Sub panel install

    Well... after further investigation it seems that the ground was never attached at the main breaker panel. Seems someone did not attach it when this house was built in 1971. What possible danger...
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    Re: Sub panel install

    Yes to:

    Ground bar kit

    Black to hot bus bar 1
    Red to hot bus bar 2
    White to neutral bus bar
    Ground to ground bar

    Could the GFCI's be part of the issue? I did check inside the Main panel...
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    Re: Sub panel install

    I have wired the previous as described. Sub panel does not have the ground bar bonded to the neutral. Both of the 15amp circuits show no ground when I put a tester in the receptacle. I did put GFCI...
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    Re: Sub panel install

    In your sub panel you will need to isolate your ground and neutral, which is going to mean you need to buy a ground bar kit and make sure your existing neutral bar is not screwed or strapped to the...
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    Re: Sub panel install

    It seems to be aluminum 3 wire with ground (also aluminum)

    Dann
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    Sub panel install

    Hi,

    For our kitchen remodel we are changing our stove/oven to gas which makes the 50amp 220/240v electric circuit available to feed a sub panel. I would like to use the original #6 wire to feed...
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