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LazMan
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reply to JoelTR

Re: Need help idetifying a circuit

If I had to guess, someone had a welder or other large load in the garage... Check for breakers or fuses that are turned off/pulled at your panel, or wires that have been disconnected or pulled back...

Really, no other way then to trace it back, to be sure where it goes...

robbin
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I bet it's a 240v circuit which was never hooked up. Put in for the future welder or table saw. If so, it should be easy enough to make it usable.

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said by robbin:

I bet it's a 240v circuit which was never hooked up. Put in for the future welder or table saw. If so, it should be easy enough to make it usable.

I agree, it looks like it was put in for a dryer or welder at some point. It's definitely 240V, either 30 or 40A.