Question about Goodman Heating & Cooling
No,you can not wire directly to a meter. All wiring must come through the circuit panel or sub panel.
150 amps is sufficient to run what you describe. You may have a weak main breaker or loose wiring to these appliances. Place a amp meter on a incoming supply wire at the main, while you monitor amp draw have someone go around the house and turn on all these appliances. If it trips at less than 140 amps you have a bad main.
I suspect you will find a bad neutral wire on one of these appliances.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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