Question about Remington 109312 - 01 Garden Wizard Electric Tiller
My Remington garden wizard electric tiller shuts off and circuit breaker releases after a few minutes of running time. Could the problem be my extension cord not rated at high enough amps? I am using a 16 or 14 gauge cord. Do I need a more heavy duty cord?...thanks, Jim
For about $20.00 you can buy 50 feet of 12 guage 3 wire yellow extention cord. You will then get all the amps you need to run your unit. If it still fails, you have a problem inside the tiller.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
If your extension cord is very long the I would suggest a 12 gauge wire, you should not run a devise like this with less than a 14 gauge cord. Touch the cord you are using if it is warm or hot this is no doubt your problem.
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