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Old 05-28-2010, 02:37 PM   #61
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Can I jump into this thread? It is close to what I need to know. I have a 1970 Safari. I am not sure how big is the breaker for the AC but if I am running it during the summer full blast it breaks the breaker everytime. What should I look for?

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The AC breaker is 20 amps.

What AC are you using?

Are you using an extension cord?

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