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#1 posted 595 days ago

I agree with all above suggestions, AND in response to the OP comment that running 220 volt over 40 ft seeming excessive; Why? It’s twice as good as running 110 volts the same distance. The higher the voltage, the less the amp load. I have a 60 amp 240 volt circuit from my breaker panel that runs 60 ft to the garage to run my welder. Been working just fine since 1976.

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