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Old 12-21-2010, 08:40 AM   #15
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Check Voltage

Full-Time in a 34' is wonderful.

In your case, be sure to check your voltage. Probably a good idea to get a plug-in voltmeter and keep it in the kitchen outlet. Anything below 105 volts is very dangerous to all appliances, water heater, etc.

Constant resistance, less voltage, more amps, burned cables, fires, etc.

Don't worry, be happy.


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