about the heat issues I got a blower fan, I have it in front of the computer on a timer that comes on for about a half hour at night that blows cool air into the intake fan, with the power last year i had to replace drywall by my door so i also hid the panel in the wall cause it was attached to the drywall when we bought the house and i replaced the breakers to push 40 amps for my main cause thats all i had and two 30 amps and one 15 but i leave that one off cause its for a flood lamp i don't use, I only have 120 going thru my garage and one 30 amp outlet to power my mig hope that helps, I hear the best way not to blow the breaker is run 60 amp for main and at least 30 for others or put in a couple surge protectors
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