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Will this toaster operate on a 20 amp curcuit

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Look on the back of the unit and see how many watts it draws. use the formula amps = watts divided by volts. to determine how many amps the unit would draw, chance are though, that a 20 amp circuit will be fine, but it does depend on how many and what type ffo other devices are on that same circuit.

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