12:42PM | 11/11/02
Member Since: 11/10/02
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I have a 1933 house that I pulled apart, had a professional install a new 200 amp panel box, and now will be re-wiring before new drywall. Is there is a limit to the number of lights and outlets I can have per circuit? I plan to generally have each room on its own circuit (outlets and lights). Any limitation?


02:05PM | 11/11/02
Member Since: 06/03/01
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The limitations are based on the amps drawn by the total circuit. If your wiring would draw 20 amps and you have a 15 amp circuit breaker, you have a problem. Also check local code which may have specific limitations.


02:55PM | 11/11/02
Member Since: 09/17/02
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The bathroom outlet must be gfci and only bathroom outlets are allowed. You can do more than one bthroom but only bathrooms.


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