Definitely not - it would burn out quickly and probably cause the circuit breaker to trip as well.
For a 7000watts or 7kw a 240V then it is 30 Amp
In America, a 2-pole breaker is controlling 240V. 120V per leg.
if i have a breaker that has a 120/240v and my dryer has a 240v plug can i change the receptacle to a 240v
Yes it will operate it fine.
Can run 208v heater on 240v?
No you can only have one dryer on a 240v circuit and nothing else can be attached to it either considering your using a 240v electric dryer
A two pole 20A circuit breaker can be used for any 240V load that requires 20A, with supply conductors no smaller than 12AWG. Since a clothes dryer typically requires 30A, and a range 40A to 50A, a 20A 240V circuit could probably be a window air conditioner, pool pump, or some other 20A 240V load.
I don't know if you are trying to ask if you can run a 240V panel off a GFCI or run a 120 V sub panel off of a GFCI. Can you clarify please,,,Thanks
There are two types of thermostats. One is a line voltage stat. This is in effect a switch and when turned to the off position the voltage is interrupted and the heater will not operate. The other type of stat is low voltage. There will be a relay in the baseboard heater that the thermostat is connected to. With this type if installation to turn the power completely off you will have to turn the breaker off that feeds the circuit.