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My understanding is that I should not plug it when it is fully charged? In your examples, 73 miles is pretty good whereas 62 miles is so-so (even though the EPA says that's what our car should average).Many i Mi EV owners routinely show RR in the 80's and 90's after a full charge, with RR=103 miles being the current record.Visit Stack Exchange A (built in 1987) house that we are under contract to buy has a 30-amp sub-panel in the attached garage.The sub-panel is currently populated by two 120V, 20amp circuits for receptacles in the garage.If the garage is detached then we open a whole different can of worms where we're needing external grounding, blah blah, etcetera.Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers. This can be a safety hazard if done incorrectly, and it may or may not void the warranty on the dryer.
Pulling this stunt is most likely going to invalidate your warranty in the case of things going wrong.Also, you didn't specify was if the garage was attached or detached, that makes a major distinction with the NEC and subsequent local codes.If this garage is attached then we only need to ensure that the sub panel and it's feed is appropriately sized.Upon inspection, I discovered that its electrical supply is as follows: So it certainly seems that the dryer receptacle and sub-panel share the same 30-amp supply at the main panel.I know that this isn't best practice and will include it in my inspection objections, but can anyone point me to a code reference that would forbid this installation? What needs to happen is the dryer receptacle needs to be replaced with a blank junction box cover, and then a new 10/3 cable run from a dryer receptacle in a new box, to either main or sub panel, where it'll land on a 30A breaker.
Visit Stack Exchange I've just moved house and my clothes dryer has a four prong plug but on the wall there's a three prong socket. Since your dryer is set up to use a 4 prong receptacle, the optimal solution would be to update the receptacle to a 4 prong (NEMA 14-30R if I remember correctly).