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    The extension cord idea from another circuit should work well.Good to hear everything went well. I guess with that volume of water a messup like this takes longer to have an effect. Good luck Johnny and let us know how you make out with it.

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    Johnny why not add another breaker or 2 to your panel. and then rewire the existing wire over to the new break for a dedicated circuit?

    just a thought.. not that hard to do...

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    If you have another plug near buy it may be on another circuit. I would suggest you draw some current from there breaking up your line charge and spliting up the power bars.
    HTH

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    how far is your panel from the tank,do you have space in your panel?

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