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Old 07-13-2005, 02:43 PM   #1
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On our trip we experienced trouble with the main blowing in our MH. On the 04 Advent. they installed piggy back breakers for the #1 AC and the 30 amp main. The box is a 50 amp cuttler hammer. The two together was creating enought heat to blow the main. Out west where it was 100 plus, this wasn't appealing. I went to Home Depot and found a new 30 amp and installed it by itself which worked. There are plenty of extra slots to install it. This left the AC on its own breaker.

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On our trip we experienced trouble with the main blowing in our MH. On the 04 Advent. they installed piggy back breakers for the #1 AC and the 30 amp main. The box is a 50 amp cuttler hammer. The two together was creating enought heat to blow the main. Out west where it was 100 plus, this wasn't appealing. I went to Home Depot and found a new 30 amp and installed it by itself which worked. There are plenty of extra slots to install it. This left the AC on its own breaker.

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