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    Default Re: Determining the amperage mat a main disconnect fuse block

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Port View Post
    I will leave you to wallow in your confusion. Professionals that work in the trade every day along with engineers for the generator companies have explained ad infinitum why you are wrong. Please stay away from the edges of the earth. I wouldn't want you to fall off.
    Why don't you speak for all of them and explain to everyone why???

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    Default Re: Determining the amperage mat a main disconnect fuse block

    You haven't learned anything from the last 280+ posts. Are you saying that you are going to be less obtuse and read what is actually posted and asked the questions that have been asked if this continues? I seriously doubt it. You are still making the same math errors and showing you still cannot grasp a concept that has been explained numerous ways by numerous people in different manners. I should have listened to Robert when he said it did not matter how many times it was explained that some people still would not understand.

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    You haven't learned anything from the last 280+ posts. Are you saying that you are going to be less obtuse and read what is actually posted and asked the questions that have been asked if this continues? I seriously doubt it. You are still making the same math errors and showing you still cannot grasp a concept that has been explained numerous ways by numerous people in different manners. I should have listened to Robert when he said it did not matter how many times it was explained that some people still would not understand.

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    Default Re: Determining the amperage mat a main disconnect fuse block

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Port View Post
    I will leave you to wallow in your confusion
    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Port View Post
    You haven't learned anything from the last 280+ posts.
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    Default Re: Determining the amperage mat a main disconnect fuse block

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Port View Post
    You haven't learned anything from the last 280+ posts. Are you saying that you are going to be less obtuse and read what is actually posted and asked the questions that have been asked if this continues? I seriously doubt it. You are still making the same math errors and showing you still cannot grasp a concept that has been explained numerous ways by numerous people in different manners. I should have listened to Robert when he said it did not matter how many times it was explained that some people still would not understand.

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    You haven't learned anything from the last 280+ posts. Are you saying that you are going to be less obtuse and read what is actually posted and asked the questions that have been asked if this continues? I seriously doubt it. You are still making the same math errors and showing you still cannot grasp a concept that has been explained numerous ways by numerous people in different manners. I should have listened to Robert when he said it did not matter how many times it was explained that some people still would not understand.
    I see you have added vocabulary to your book of insults and bullying. No--I only promise to give you enough room to continue to make a fool of yourself....Now why don't you take a shot at explaining generator connections and where you think my statement was not correct. MORE ROPE please --this guy hasn't hit bottom yet..

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    Default Re: Determining the amperage mat a main disconnect fuse block

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Port View Post
    I see Watson can't add 7200 + 7200 and come up with 14400 either.
    LOL! You do NOT ADD the apparent power of each leg (especially since it is OBVIOUS the FEEDER for the apartment (1 of 200) is most likely NOT 120/240.

    You determine the voltage (and ALL the calculations related thereto (like number of conductors) THEN multiply by the Amperage! The Amperage capacity (INTENSITY) does NOT change unless YOU CHANGE THE FUSE or LIMIT further load side.

    Anyway, the SUBJECT is determining the Amperage Capactiy of the Feeder! Not the Apparent POWER.



    It is quite obvious you are lost in SIMPLE ALGEBRA and have completely forgotten what the definition of an Ampere IS!


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    Default Re: Determining the amperage mat a main disconnect fuse block

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    Last edited by Jim Port; 09-11-2013 at 08:24 PM.
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