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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by JonDeere View Post
    that electronic filter not on a seperate fuse?

    wiring comes from unit to filter assembly via cord that can by unpluged and assembly has an off switch. It was install with system, so any extra draw was a known fact at time of installation.

    rick

  2. #15
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    Your going to have to get your electrician to pull new wire no way around and if your going to do it i would consider running #6 wire w/50 amp breaker and be done with it...

  3. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by ASNNY View Post
    We don't do a lot of electric heat up here in the Northeast. However, we do a fair amount in Cottages here in the 1000 Islands.
    Are you near Black Lake?

  4. #17
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    Gas is usually cheaper than electric if you run your backup quite a bit. 50amp breaker requires #6 wire for a max 105 foot run, assuming single phase 240 Volts.

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