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#1 posted 04-08-2010 11:49 PM

Thanks for all the help and advice.
The PM tech and I went through all the wiring tests with a digital voltmeter. all checked out ok up to the switch.
He did say with a 20 amp 220 breaker instead of 30 amp and the associated proper wire size the breaker might trip on occasion, so he said to use the 30amp, which I intended to do when I rewire shortly.

Bud1m- are you talking about the breaker tripping while under a load, if so that’s not my issue.

-- RALPH


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