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Old 04-12-2016, 07:00 PM   #21
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Sorry - can't tell you what it would cost. I had one of my large subcontractors send a fellow out to do it and they wouldn't let me pay them when they were done. Guess the $100,000,000 of subcontracts they did for me helped. I would guess about $350 or so but strictly a guess.
Congrates! That's great but technically you should pay tax on what was given to you. We won't tell.
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Old 04-12-2016, 07:49 PM   #22
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Believe me, they get more than enough to cover it! ��
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Old 04-12-2016, 10:44 PM   #23
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Believe me, they get more than enough to cover it! ��
Aint that the truth.
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I paid $400 counting materials to have an electrician install an outside waterproof box and 30 amp plug and breaker. This is at our house. When we get the 5'er I'll have to have him back out and do another receptacle for 50 amp.

We also have a farm house and I recently had an electrician install a 14-50R 50 amp outside receptacle there, while he was doing other work. Based on the other thread about a guy's RV frying from a bad home receptacle install, I'm nervous about it. I am going to assume that my PT-50C EMS system will save me if either one is wrong. I hope so!!!
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Old 04-13-2016, 11:38 AM   #25
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Rightly or wrongly, with my 50amp cord and a fifty-foot 10 or 12 gauge cord, I've ran my 15k A/C off of a 15amp garage outlet.

I wanted my EMS display and continually checked the cord ends for warmth/heat. And it ran quite well.
Heck, I'm doing it right now. Sitting in my camper which is parked beside of my buddy's place for a week. Had the A/C running for a short time last night. We may need heat today and for the next few days, we'll see.

I have everything off that I can- water heater and fridge are both on propane. I'll have the wife run her Instant Pot (electric pressure cooker) directly in the house vs. out here in the camper.
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