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If you did a test on the 14-2 50 ft run hooked to a 30A generator was pulling 21.6A at the end and let it run for 6 hrs why didnt it burn up?

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2015-07-15 19:30:27
2015-07-15 19:30:27

Its a progressive degradation, similar to that of a light bulb.

Also, your test was probably in free air. The ratings on the wire are for it to be safe while in a wall packed with insulation. Any self-heating of the wire is going to stay by the wire there.

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