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boiler requires separate circuit?
I'm in Massachusetts. Is there a code requirement that my boiler be on a dedicated circuit? There's a switch on the side of the boiler that shuts off power power.
Reason for asking is that I'd like a dedicated circuit for another piece of equipment in the basement of our 2 family. I'd like to put the boiler + basement lights on one circuit and repurpose the boiler's circuit for the new appliance (actually, an outlet for charging a plugin-hybrid car). We're on the second floor, so getting a new wire from our panel to the basement may be hard. The boiler system (gas control, damper, lwco, 2 taco relays, 2 taco 007-f5 circulator pumps) only draws a few amps (under 5, by my calculation) so it seems like having it on the same circuit as 4 fluorescent bulbs should be fine.