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I want to replace a 220 breaker from a 15 amp to a 50 amp in my house. Is this possible to do? I will be running 6/3 wire from the breaker.
 

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I want to replace a 220 breaker from a 15 amp to a 50 amp in my house. Is this possible to do? I will be running 6/3 wire from the breaker.
I’m going to assume that you are talking about copper and yes you can change your breaker to a 50 amp. Make sure all power is off and good luck
 

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