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Re: Mechanical troubles!

Sooo- how does one knowwhat amp service they have?  I want to get an 
additional 220 plug added to the garage so I can use the radial arm saw 
I got from my dad's house- but how do I know if I can do this?


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>Your kidding right? Here this is costing me 500.00 which I felt was fair
>>since it included parts and labor including adding numerous outlets- both
>>inside (basement) and out- along with upgrading to a larger box etc...
>It also depends on whether or not you need to increase the feed coming
>into the house.  If you're sticking with the same one it's less, but 
>otherwise you get the power company involved...
>I would never go with less than 200 amp service in this day and age.
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