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The only solution, is to install a code compliant grounding conductor, circuit breaker, and receptacle.

The circuit breaker is easy. Since you're going from 30 amperes down to 20, you can simply swap the 20 ampere breaker in. However, since you're changing it to a 20 ampere branch circuit, AFCI and/or GFCI protection may be required.

The receptacle is also easy. Just swap out the old receptacle for the new one.

Installing a code compliant grounding conductor may require pulling a new cable. Depending on the home, you might be able to find another way. Though without being on site, it's difficult to suggest a solution.

Once you have the proper circuit protection, wiring, and receptacle. Then you can buy an extension cord, and safely extend the reach of the cord.

If you end up having to pull new cable anyway, you might consider simply installing a new receptacle closer to the tanning bed.

The only solution, is to install a code compliant grounding conductor, circuit breaker, and receptacle.

The circuit breaker is easy. Since you're going from 30 amperes down to 20, you can simply swap the 20 ampere breaker in. However, since you're changing it to a 20 ampere branch circuit, AFCI and/or GFCI protection may be required.

The receptacle is also easy. Just swap out the old receptacle for the new one.

Installing a code compliant grounding conductor may require pulling a new cable. Depending on the home, you might be able to find another way. Though without being on site, it's difficult to suggest a solution.

The only solution, is to install a code compliant grounding conductor, circuit breaker, and receptacle.

The circuit breaker is easy. Since you're going from 30 amperes down to 20, you can simply swap the 20 ampere breaker in. However, since you're changing it to a 20 ampere branch circuit, AFCI and/or GFCI protection may be required.

The receptacle is also easy. Just swap out the old receptacle for the new one.

Installing a code compliant grounding conductor may require pulling a new cable. Depending on the home, you might be able to find another way. Though without being on site, it's difficult to suggest a solution.

Once you have the proper circuit protection, wiring, and receptacle. Then you can buy an extension cord, and safely extend the reach of the cord.

If you end up having to pull new cable anyway, you might consider simply installing a new receptacle closer to the tanning bed.

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The only solution, is to install a code compliant grounding conductor, circuit breaker, and receptacle.

The circuit breaker is easy. Since you're going from 30 amperes down to 20, you can simply swap the 20 ampere breaker in. However, since you're changing it to a 20 ampere branch circuit, AFCI and/or GFCI protection may be required.

The receptacle is also easy. Just swap out the old receptacle for the new one.

Installing a code compliant grounding conductor may require pulling a new cable. Depending on the home, you might be able to find another way. Though without being on site, it's difficult to suggest a solution.