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#1 posted 11-19-2009 05:39 PM

you need to add up your amp usage, lights, heat air con., etc., things you would normally run while in there then see if you have enough left to run the tool with the greatest draw. I have a one man hobby shop that I ran two 100 amp entrances to. Did I need that much? Probably not but I don’t have any power issues.

-- Dave- New Brunswick


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