WNY wrote:3.23 AMPS /215 watts (With everything running)
2.75 amps /175 watts (DV, combustion & convection fans running, no stoker)
Something is whacky! I recently got a kill-a-watt thingy. Someone said they may not be the cat's meow and may interpret things not so well. In this case..... 3.23 amps should be around 390 watts....amps times volts = watts. (3.23 X 120=387) I just tested my kill-a-watt on my drill press. The tag on the motor says 5.4 amps. Using the meter it shows 5.7 amps.... OK, fine.... but it shows 245 watts, much less than the 655 we'd expect. Then I tried a heat gun. The kill-a-watt thingy is almost spot on with it. I turned up the heat until it read 10 amps and it showed 1,100 watts...very close to reality. So, maybe the kill-a-watt meters work better with light bulbs and heaters, but not so well with motors? Or... trust the amp reading and do the math separately.