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You need to have at least a 15 amp receptacle...but a 29 amp. would be much better...

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Blowing breaker


In general house hold circuit breaker of the house is 15 Amps or 20 Amps.

Either you have defected (weak) circuit breaker and wiring or bad Microwave oven.

The 99.99 % house hold Microwave ovens pull less than 15 Amps. They may have internal ceramic 15A fuse or 15 Amp internal circuit breaker.

To isolate your problem:

1. Plug your Microwave oven to different areas (different electrical circuit) if the different circuit breaker still trips... your Microwave oven has a short - Most of them has a small ceramic fuse 15 amps fuse.-also check some inter lock switches at door .

2. If the Microwave oven works Ok then you may have:

2a. You may overload the existing electrical circuit, try to unplug some other appliances

2b. You may have bad electrical outlet receptacle (Replace it with the same type , - may need helps from licensed electrician)

2c. Weak or defect house hold circuit breaker. (Replace it with the same type , brand - may need helps from licensed electrician)


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Hi, I recently purchased a used makita 6100r generator and when checking it out I discovered on my 30 amp 220 receptacles arent getting full power. I took out the receptacle and checked the wires in back...


You may be asking too much of the unit; the 5800 watts a which it is spec'd, may be a 'peak' power rating which may be 15-20% higher than its continuous rating. 30 Amps at 220 volts implies 6600 watts which is higher than even the peak power rating. I would expect the unit to produce ~4800 watts continuous or around 22 Amps.
Decided to check my statements and found this, which I quote:
Generator Volts AC (60Hz) 120/240 Max. Output Current 5800W-48.3A/24.2A Rated Output Current 4800W-40A/20A Volts DC (AMPS) 12 (8.3)

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MUFFLED SOUND, STATIC FEEDBACK AT HIGH VOLUMES


Check the sound in the headphones... It may be your power amps are giving out. MAKE SURE the interconnect cables are either XLR or TRS cables (balanced line). Make sure your power amps and the mixer are ALL powered from the same receptacle OR power conditioner module. You cannot power the amps from one end of a building room and the mixer frrom a wall receptacle at the other end. The building ground bounce can not only cause noise, but can destroy sensitive input circuits of the equipment.

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I want to know how to send the signal from a Europower pmp 3000 to two external amps


Plug a balanced TRS (tip ring sleeve) cable into either main or monitor 1/4 inch jacks and then into the amp. ALWAYS use balanced lines AND power the mixer AND the amps from the SAME receptacle to avoid damage from ground loop bounce,

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I have four xti amps in a rack ,a 2000 playing the highs 2 x 4000 playing mids at 4 ohms and a 6000 playing low mids at 2ohms Whenever i turn the 6000 on the three other amps starts to behave crazy the...


Assuming the behavior is instantaneous and doesn't wait for thermal change, you have a nasty ground loop problem that is coupling into the amps. Make sure ALL the speaker leads use TWISTED pairs, not the flat zip cord type wires. Make sure ALL the audio cables to these from the mixer are BALANCED using either XLR or TRS cables and not plain unbalanced cables like guitar cables.
Make sure the receptacle these amps are plugged into have grounding pins. Here is the biggee: Make sure ALL interconnectd equipment is powered from the SAME receptacle or POWER conditioning module. Using several building receptacles to power the amps and the mixer and any CD players is a NO-NO and is asking for the problem you are seeing. I can't go into the electrical engineering reason for this other than to say multiple feeds have resistance and inductance between them causing "ground bounce" that cross couples in systems like this. With this much power you should be using a large power conditioner and distribution unit at your venue. The pro's run power from a stage with the amps back to the mixer alongside the snake as an example.
Fix any/all of these problems you might have and if you still have trouble get back to me as these problems are a specialty of mine.

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You will need toput power amplifiers that drive the speakers and then connect the board to the power amps. Use BALANCED interconnects for this and power the board from the same receptacle or surce as the amps.

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Buy a NEMA 15-R recaptacle at an electrical supply house.

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The prong on the electricle from the dryer is shaped differently then the wall outlet


You need to get a matching dryer receptacle rated fro 220V and 30 Amps (in the US).
Make sure you have the power off before attempting to replace the old dryer receptacle.

I have seen many dryers connected to oven receptacles in the past. While incorrect this is not dangerous because the oven receptacles are usually 50-60 amp.

Paying a local licensed electrician $50/hr is a fair & safe way to make sure your dryer receptacle is installed correctly.

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Gfci trips.it protects 4 receptacles downstram from it.If I disconnect from downstream receptacles it will not trip.This is on kitchen counter-top circuit.All wiring and devices are only 6 months...


There can be a few different reason for a trip. 1. Amps exceed rating off GFCI ie 15 amp receptacle can only handle up to 15 amp anymore and it will trip. 2. miss wiring; neutral must be on white screws hot on black and ground, green also inlet power (line) must be on bottom screws, outlet or load must be on top 3, a short, whether it be neutral or hot touching something in the box. Frayed wire, wire next to side of interior of box or yes moisture. Also a short in an appliance aven a new one can cause a trip. Remember if the refrigerator is on this same circuit, which is not a good idea it can cause a trip. At start up the fridge can spike to near 15 amps and a voltage spike can cause a gfci to trip. There are 20amp GFCI's so that can be your last resort, if all else fails.

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What is a receptacle?


When you plug something into a conventional duplex receptacle (the type that receives two appliance plugs), and the device doesn't work, trouble shooting the problem is fairly simple. For large receptacles that run on 220 to 240 volts, such as ranges and dryers and air conditioners, call an electrician unless you're well-versed in electrical repairs and safety issues. Always check when installing if the appliance is rated from 15 to 50 amps, 240 volts, and 20 to 50 amps, 120/240 volts. They have two hot wires (red and black) and a separate grounding wire. Receptacle basics Conventional duplex receptacles have two places to plug in electrical cords or devices. Each of those two places includes one narrow slot, one wide slot, and a semicircular hole. The narrow slot is the "hot" side, connected to the black wire of the electrical system. The wide slot is the "neutral" side, connected to the white wire. And the semicircular hole is the ground, connected to a bare or green wire or the electrical system's ground. Many electrical plugs have one wide blade and one narrow blade (and, in some cases, a ground plug) that match the receptacle's slots to insure that the circuit is properly connected to the electrical device. Wires may be attached to screws on each side of the receptacle or plugged into terminal holes in the back of the receptacle. Whether wires attached to screw terminals or are pushed into rear-mount terminals, the screw terminals on the sides of the receptacle are hot (charged) so don't touch them!

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