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Electrical Question From Michael About Troubleshooting

Question: I have a electrical heated floor and had to shorten the wire in the floor. Wire that was 44 ohms and is now 36 ohms @ 120v


Electrical Question about: Troubleshooting

Received from Michael in Calgary Alberta

Question: I have a electrical heated floor and had to shorten the wire in the floor. Wire that was 44 ohms and is now 36 ohms @ 120v what would the in-floor wire do. My question is would it be OK or would it cause problems with the wire in the floor.

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