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Yes but it will limit your 20 amp circuit to 15 amps. Any amperage over 15 amps on the 20 amps circuit will trip the breaker protecting the sub panel.

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Q: Can a sub panel from a 15 amp breaker be used with a branch circuit with 20 amp breaker?
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