Is there a way for me to find out about the
dryer itself? I don't recall anything on
any of the little plates saying otherwise.
I've traced the wires from the secondary box
back to the primary fuse box and they connect
directly to the two main lines that everything
branches off from.
I would guess the distance at about 35 feet from
the primary box, to the secondary box. The secondary
box is used only for the dryer and it has a simple
throw switch inline with the fuses.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim Juhas
> While upgrading the supply to provide more current addresses
> the problem, it seems to me that something else must be
> wrong if a dryer, rated to run on a 30a line (which is
> pretty standard?) can so easily draw >30a. Is it supposed
> to run on a 30A line?