Two connected switches that each say “30″ go for an outlet for the computer, the total master bedroom, and the central A/C.
The same–2 connected 30′s seem to be for nothing.
The same–2 connected 30′s for the 220 dryer.
One “20″ (not the skinny one, but the next size) for the lights in 5 rooms plus a few outlets.
One of the same “20″ not skinny for an outlet that does nothing.
Several skinny “20″ breakers:
1. 2 outlets
2. outlet to washing machine
3. outlet by the sink
4. six more that seem to go to nothing
justcurious–it sounds like you are not familiar also, because you are telling me to spend money when you don’t even know if there is a problem. I will not pay an electrician unless it looks like there is a problem. Please just answer questions you know about.
OK I HAVE ENOUGH INFO NOW:
The A/C is actually on the double pole 30 amp breaker that I thought was empty. It was the A/C blower (plugged into a 110 outlet) that was on the other 30 amp double pole breaker along with the master bedroom and the computer. Some of the 20′s are capped off and going to nothing. One probably used to be to the attic fan which is now disconnected. I accounted for everything but three 20′s, and every outlet and light is accounted for. Since the bedroom/computer should be on a 20 according to what you guys are saying and not the double pole 30A breaker, I will move it to one of the unused 20A breakers.
As for the multiple bedrooms on the one 20A breaker, I will go in the attic, find where there is a splice going to the different rooms, undo the splice, and send a couple of rooms to the unused 20A breakers. The electricians at Lowe’s will make sure I am using the correct wires.