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I have a 100 amp fuse panel. It has two pull-out fuse
Aug 27, 2016I have a 100 amp fuse panel. It has two pull-out fuse blocks, behind each there are two cartridge fuses. One of these pull-outs is for the oven. Below these are four screw type fuses, and below these is a separate set of 4 screw in fuses and next to this are two sets of two screw-in fuses (these are for the A/C and the dryer).Hello and welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I will be happy to assist you with your electrical question. 1) Sub-panel feeder circuits are always fed from a main panel. Sub-panels are downstream from a main panel. Sub-panel feeder circuits are required to be protected by a double pole feeder breaker installed in the main panel. 2) New sub-panel feeder circuits are required to be a 4 wire circuit comprised of 2 hots, 1 neutral and 1 equipment grounding conductor. 3) A detached garage where a sub-panel is installed requires two 8 foot ground rods spaced a minimum of 6 feet apart. 4) The neutral is always isolated in a sub-panel by not installing the main bonding screw or a main bonding jumper strap. At a sub-panel, only white neutral wires will land on it's neutral bus bar and never any bare copper or green insulated equipment grounding conductors. A sub-panel requires a separately installed equipment ground bar which will only land the equipment grounding conductors. 5) Double tapping of the panel main lugs is a code violation. Only 1 conductor is allowed per lug. 1) Neutral lugs that attach to a neutral bus bar are sold at any local electrical supply store or at any Home Depot or Lowe's. The neutral lugs are used to accommodate larger neutral feeder conductors. 2) See link shown below for a 100 amp rated neutral lug kit: http://wwwdepot/p/Square-D-Homeline-100-Amp-Load-Center-Auxiliary-Neutral-Lug-HOM100ANCP/100154050If you have any additional questions, just let me know and I’ll be glad to answer them for you. Otherwise, don’t forget to rate me before you log Off. Thanks........n:)Thanks for the replies. 1) I am trying to understand your layout. Is the Wadsworth fuse box the main service panel for the home? 2) Is the range fuse cartridge at the main fuse box panel still being used or will you be de-installing the old Wadsworth fuse box and replacing it with a breaker panel? 3) How is the detached garage wired to the home? Via direct burial cable or metal conduit ?Thanks for the replies and pic. 1) You can use a continuity tester to determine if the underground was installed in metal conduit all the way from the house to the garage it is metal conduit all the way, then the 4th equipment grounding wire is not required since the metal conduit would also act as an equipment ground. 2) You currently have a code violation since the existing sub-panel feeder circuit originates at the main lugs but is not protected by a fuse at the Wadsworth panel. Since the range is still in place, the Wadsworth panel does not contain any additional 240V fuse spaces. Therefore, you need to either de-install the Wadsworth and install a new main breaker panel in it's place. Then a double pole breaker will be installed in the new QO panel that will provide the feeder circuit to the sub-panel. The other option is to install the sub-panel next to the Wadsworth and swing over all of the circuits. If the existing range fuse holder is rated for 100 amps, then you can install two 100 amp cartridge fuses and use that position as the 100 amp sub-panel feeder over current protection device. A sub-panel feeder circuit needs to be protected by either a fuse or a breaker at the originating panelboard. Unfortunately, whoever installed the existing sub-panel did not do that and now you have a code violation. 3) If the underground is not metal conduit and you only have 2 hots and 1 neutral, then by code exception you will need to install the main bonding screw at the garage sub-panel. This will tie the neutral feeder directly to the sub-panel metal cabinet enclosure. Thus, the equipment grounds at the garage sub-panel will be grounded thru the neutral feeder. 4) Even if the underground is liquidtite, it can't be used as a equipment ground. 5) Most electrical utilities won't allow a homeowner to pull the meter as they may consider this as tampering and may result in a fine. Exterior meters are typically only allowed to be removed either by the electrical utility or by a licensed electrician. The left cartridge fuse block is the main disconnect in the Wadsworth. 6) Metal conduit from panel to panel or from a panel to device and/or lighting boxes is still code compliant and still allowed to be used as the equipment grounding conductor. It is done all of the time:) 7) THHN insulated wire is acceptable for indoor use. If exterior and/or wet conditions, then type THWN wire is required.You will like this line of mine then. I went to night school in the mid 80's and graduated college 3 times over an 8 year time period all while working full time. I would use the line from the movie "Animal House".., 8 years of college down the drain. I am also a former college electrical instructor and I still learn new things every day. Learning is always good:) 1) The size of the service entrance conductors determine the amperage. If the service wires are 4 AWG Copper or 2 AWG aluminum, then the service from the meter is 100 amps. If the Service wires are either 6 AWG copper or 3 AWG aluminum, then the service is 60 amps. Based on the main fuse, looks like a 100 amp service that feeds the panel. 2) This panel was a common install type prior to the mid 1960's. All 120 and 240 volt circuits require an over current protection device...... either fuses or breakers. 3) Electric ranges are commonly wired using either 40 or 50 amp fuses. I doubt the fuse cartridge is rated greater than 50 amps. If a 50 amp range circuit, then each fuse will be 50 amps in size. Correct, the maximum fuse size is dependent upon the maximum amp rating of the pullout cartridge. No problem, glad to have assisted on your question. If you have any additional questions, just let me know and I’ll be glad to answer them for you. Otherwise, don’t forget to rate me before you log Off. Thanks........n:)Thank you for the positive service rating as well as the generous bonus..... are very much appreciated! If you have any other questions, just let me know. Take care and have a great weekend......ks again.....n:)
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