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  • Mike - over the weekend I, saw someone take an electric cord off of a 220 clother dryer and splice it into some 10/2 electric wire and then connect that to an electric water heater.

    Is it safe to use that dryer cable for the water heater ?


    The specs are good. It looks lie it'll work. I'm almost sure on heating. AC should be O.K., too.

    Hope this helps,

    Mike here are the specs & particulars on the welder/generator I, was asking about :

    I,can't buy one and take it home for a tryout .

    <TABLE border=0 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=5><TBODY><TR><TH rowSpan=2 colSpan=2></TH><TD colSpan=2></TD></TR><TR><TD colSpan=2></TD></TR><TR><TH colSpan=2></TH><TD colSpan=2>80</TD></TR><TR><TH colSpan=2></TH><TD colSpan=2>50 – 225 A – AC
    50 – 210 A – DC

    </TD></TR><TR><TH colSpan=2>Single-Phase Generator Power</TH><TD colSpan=2>11,000 W (10 kVa/kW), 60 Hz, 120/240 VAC;
    9500 watts continuous while welding

    </TD></TR><TR><TH colSpan=2>Dimensions</TH><TD colSpan=2>H: 31-1/8 in (791 mm)
    W: 20 in (508 mm)
    D: 45-3/4 in (1162 mm)

    </TD></TR><TR class=lastrow><TH colSpan=2>Net Weight</TH><TD colSpan=2>Kohler: 530 lb (240 kg) </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    <TABLE border=0 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=5><TBODY><TR><TH></TH><TD></TD></TR><TR><TH></TH><TD>

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