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It's at 100ft that calculating voltage drop comes into play

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It's at 100ft that calculating voltage drop comes into play correct?

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Customer: replied 7 months ago.
Running a 55ft dedicated 15amp circuit for a 3.4 amp tankless water heater.

No problem. Do it.

Customer: replied 7 months ago.
That's what I figured. I just spaced on if it was 50 or 100ft that I hadta worry about voltage drop. Not to mention the fact that im almost done lol

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