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Investigating 3257KWH monthly usage issue.

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What made this chimney fall down?

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Brad Cook replied to Brent Shapiro's discussion Investigating 3257KWH monthly usage issue.
"Jason's suggestion my be a quick way to isolate the high load, IF you have an old style meter…"
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Joe Konopacki replied to Brent Shapiro's discussion Investigating 3257KWH monthly usage issue.
"Brent, Using an ammeter, I would measure each 'hot' conductor leaving the fuses. (Find an…"
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