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Second opinion] I know this will be someplace out side of

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Second opinion] I know this will be someplace out side of your normal request but, Im rewireing a candelabra and it has 16, 75 watt lamp 115 volt sockets ( http://www.antiquelampsupply.com/product/5431_4-inch-e12-high-heat-keyless-porcelain-candelabra-socket ) My primary wireing to the octagan box is #12 but what size is the minimal for the main supply (1200 watts or 10.43amps) going into the fixture and what would be the minimume for each branch (socket)
Submitted: 15 days ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  Jason replied 15 days ago.

Hello. Welcome to Just Answer.

Expert:  Jason replied 15 days ago.

Typically, we would recommend 2 wire lamp cord in this situation. Is that wire too large to fit into the fixture?

Customer: replied 12 days ago.
Sir im not sure were on the same page but thank you
Expert:  Jason replied 10 days ago.

Happy to help

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