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Old 08-12-2011, 11:28 PM   #31
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I recently purchased a used Duncan LT-4K kiln, model DK820-2. Printed on the kiln is 45amps 60hz. Iím going to put it in my detached garage that has its own breaker box. What gauge wire will support this kiln, and what amperage do I need in order to support it?
What does the manufacturers installation instructions state?

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I recently purchased a used Duncan LT-4K kiln, model DK820-2. Printed on the kiln is 45amps 60hz. Iím going to put it in my detached garage that has its own breaker box. What gauge wire will support this kiln, and what amperage do I need in order to support it?
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