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#1 posted 01-10-2013 04:07 PM

AS long as you are doing the by pass wiring to check it out, if it still trips the breaker, try a 30 amp. It will probably solve your problem. Changing the panel won’t change anything. You will probably need to put in a 220 circuit or a 30 amp 120 to run it. Problem is probably either nuisance tripping because you are so close to the maximum for the 20 amp circuit or you are getting enough voltage drop from the incoming power to cause the tripping.

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