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I'm terminal. What about you?
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Well,I cifered it out and decided to go another way.I have a 2000 watt inverter that I was using before upgrading to a 3000 watt.(The 2000 wouldn't run my table saw or electric wood splitter)Checking on ebay,I can get a 250 ft roll of 12/2 for $69.I think I will pull a new wire to one of the ac units and hook up the old inverter to run it.This should be much easier on wiring and inverters.This old homestead ain't much,but I'd like to keep it.
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It may be the fuse holder itself that is generating some of the heat.

Marginal or oxidized crimps, undersized wire gauge, etc....
Wondering about Wandering.
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