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  1. #14
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    Door off, the lines are in conduit and insulated in a way I can't get to them outside the cabinet. I imagine there will be more load with the door closed. I used a clamp on hall/sense current meter. Could have brought a high power sense resistor from work but figured it to be a bit overkill. In the next few years we will be house shopping at least then I can get things fixed correctly rather than the band aid fixes they usually do here.

  2. #15
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    Jun 2011
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    A remote clamp works for that. Attach, run wire out and close door. Amp draw could go up a little or substantially. Doing it the correct way gives an accurate reading of what goes on in normal OP. Good work though.

  3. #16
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    Thanks

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