Question about Heating & Cooling
You Know for a 15AMP unit it really should be on it's OWN sub-main, Ordinary House sockets are usually only 10AMP rated. This WILL overload any normal household wiring. You also need to get this unit checked out. to see if you have any "Earth leakage". Also at 115volts and 15Amps that equal a 7.66 OHM load....Be careful.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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