Maker of Fine Sawdust
So it's a double pole breaker that is used like for 220 and the (shared) neutral makes both sides operate as 110.....Same as the new range and dryer circuits they added a neutral I'm guessing for the controls.Take a good look how buses in most panels are arranged.
Seems 2014 NEC states this and then what happens to the GFCI device do you still use that too?Here, we are required to put all 120v 15 and 20 amp kitchen outlets on AFCI, not just counter top. May be easier to find single pole afci instead of 2 pole. If that is the case, you couldn't share neutral.
Nope. I didn't make any claims. So it's not up to me to prove anything.nope. The legwork for this one is on you.
No. So please stop assuming you know what I will do. That's totally assinine.That wasn't the question. Next you'll be asking me for a code reference allowing a 15A breaker on 12 gauge wire.