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can I use a 10/3 wire to hook up a 30 amp, 240 volt GE GFCI

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can I use a 10/3 wire to hook up a 30 amp, 240 volt GE GFCI breaker?
Hello, the bare ground wire connect to the ground bar in tHe panel. Black and red wires connect to the brass screws on the breaker. Coiled white wire connect to the neutral bar. White from 10/3 connect to the silver screw on the breaker.
If its main panel and not a sub panel then you can connect ground wire on the same bar as the neutral wires are connected to.
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