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  1. okay everyone if I have done my calculations correctly between the my 1250 watt supply the rest of the electronics and light in the room 2000 watts is going to be coming through the socket correct e if I'm wrong the fact its dc current coming to the parts since its ac current being drawn from the wall I would need a 100 amp fuse in the box right? 1250 watts X 8%= 1400 watts then a hundred watt light bulb and the two laptops modem box carrying the phone and cable equipment and modem/router. Figure 2000 watts to be safe. which is irrelevant since a 60 wouldn't be enough. So anyway we would need to be using enough of a fuse to cover 2000 watts in the socket?
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