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Re: Question for John T

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John T

01-06-2013 20:02:19

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Geeee somethings wrong,,me and my fellow sparkies pretty much agree!!!!!!!!! GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE LOL

I just pulled the RV with my Grand Am in tow into Wal Mart at Dalton GA, gonna have a BEER AND go to bed, drive ahead to N Florida tomorrow

OKAY as posted anytime you reduce or eliminate I Squared R energy heat loss anywhere including Neutral youre putting the energy to use versus wasting it as heat sooooooooo if the load is balanced theres no Neutral current therefore no I Squared heat losses in it LOoKS LIKE WE ALL AGREE

YES its best to balance the load as the other fine gents told you

Since you pay for watt hours, the cost is the same if ran at 120 or 240 EXCEPT FOR THE ABOVE INFO However, even if you loose that I Squared R as heat in a wire heck it goes to heat anyway, so if the wires in the room YOU BREAK EVEN. You still got the heat from the heater or the wire

My Mechanical engineer buddy Bob M has ya covered on the .light bulb,,,The bulb produces heat and light energy so if the light escapes you lost that as far as heat is concerned

No time for chat now cuz I could talk this subject for hours but I got other stuff to do


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George Marsh

01-07-2013 03:49:33

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 Re: Question for John T in reply to John T, 01-06-2013 20:02:19  
Someone on the IH forum was talking about Florida Flywheeler. Told him to ask you.

If you don't have your load balanced, you may drag your rear bumber and that comsumes more power, not to mention what it does to the bumper:).

Have fun and have a safe trip.


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John T

01-07-2013 04:19:36

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 Re: Question for John T in reply to George Marsh, 01-07-2013 03:49:33  
Mornin George,,,,,,Yes I will be at the February Florida Flywheelers (about my 12th year) Jan 15 to 20 but the bigger show is the one in February. WE stay all week in the RV and drive the golf cart all around and we play music twice a day, Im in hog heaven...........

Hard to balance the load in my RV, depends on if my first wife is sitting in the front or rear lol

John T

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