[rescue] Looking for IRIX and advice
Geoffrey S. Mendelson
gsm at mendelson.com
Sun Nov 21 07:04:55 CST 2004
> > >the load, etc., since the dryer outlet is probably 50 Amps, and the
> Dryer = 30A.
> Stove = 50A or 60A.
I hope I'm wrong and things have been fixed, but when I lived in the U.S.,
dryers had 120 volt timers and 240 volt heaters, so the outlets were
wired hot-neutral-hot instead of the correct hot-ground-hot.
Not a big difference if you have the old fashioned 240 volt split at ground
wiring, but if you have a whole house surge protector which we did in the
U.S., or a GFCI (which we have on the whole apartment BEFORE the main, here)
it could make a world of difference.
Geoffrey S. Mendelson, Jerusalem Israel gsm at mendelson.com
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I may be an old fart, but I'm a high-tech, up to date old fart. :-)
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