A simple question, I hope.
I am putting a subpanel about 25 feet from my main. I will be using a double 60 amp breaker at the main, then run 2-2-2-4 aluminum to my subpanel.
The feed wire is coming out of a crawlspace, then up to my subpanel. As I looked at how to route the wire (run it up to the top of the box to access the lugs, or from the bottom and bend the wires around to conform to the lugs and ground and nuetral bars), I wondered if I could just install the subpanel upside down. A 180 degree turn. That way my wires would go right up and easily access if my lugs were on the bottom.
Can this be done? If not, why, please.