Originally Posted by ChizerBunoi
Now I know why your tank is on hold. That sucks and I'm sorry to hear about it.
The other end of the electrical hook up goes straight to your electrical box?
I have 2 ways to setup my electrical right now either run it right back to my House Panel or Put a plug end on the cabtire and plug it into the wall.
So for right now its got a 15amp Plug end on the cabtire and goes to a wall outlet. Once I get the setup going I will be running the cabtire back to my panel and going to a 20A Single Pull Breaker. Only reason I have the plug end on right now is because I dont have the skimmer, pumps etc on there so I dont know how much draw I will be actually using. But pumps are motors so they will have a current spike on start up which is why I plan on using a 20A breaker dedicated for the tank itself.
Good news is though I put in 10Gal of water to the tank and the silicone is holding so far, I plan to go with 10gal a day for a stress test on the tank and then leave the tank for a week with 75gal in it to see if any seals break, then drain it while I wait for income/parts