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I finished framing my bathroom and wired an outlet and switch. I want to connect a 20 amp circuit breaker to the panel. I know the black hot wire is connected to the circuit breaker and it snaps into the panel. Does the ground and nuetral wire connect to the bar on the left? I see there is a mix of nuetral and white wires. Does it matter what order?
 
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I finished framing my bathroom and wired an outlet and switch. I want to connect a 20 amp circuit breaker to the panel. I know the black hot wire is connected to the circuit breaker and it snaps into the panel. Does the ground and nuetral wire connect to the bar on the left? I see there is a mix of nuetral and white wires. Does it matter what order?
Rube08 yes you can hook both the white wire and the green wire to the same bar. That’s looks like the first panel after the power company
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Rube08 yes you can hook both the white wire and the green wire to the same bar. That’s looks like the first panel after the power company
No it doesn’t matter in what order but I always hook up the ground first then the neutral and last is black
 

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