Machines should be placed directly in front of utility hookups. Supplies: Store detergent, stain sticks, and other clothing-care items, such as a sewing kit, in closed cabinets, cubbies, or open shelving that's above or next to machines. Baskets: Leave enough room in front of machines to empty or fill them easily, and create a nearby niche to tuck baskets or hampers out of the way but within easy grabbing distance. Work surface: Add a counter or a freestanding table adjacent to stacked or top-loading machines for sorting, treating, and folding.
With front loaders placed side by side, consider installing a counter on top of the machines to save space.
On the first floor Pros: Near where most other house-keeping chores take place.
May be able to share kitchen or powder-room plumbing lines.
This is called a "bonding strap" and is used to connect (or "bond") the neutral bus to ground (the metal case) only when the panel is being used as a main panel.
Also, the cable must be secured within 12 inches of the junction box.
This circuit simply supplied power to a 2-gang junction box behind the sub-panel.
From this point the circuit will feed a string of outlets and a ceiling fan.
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