I have an electric shower head water heater. If you only have a cold water feed, it’s a great gizmo to have. The problem has been the proper current to operate it. It says it requires 110V 4800W 50A 50/60HZ
I installed it directly to my wall plug in bathroom. First it tripped my breakers. I stopped using it. The electrical wall plug felt hot too.
So, now I’m wondering what I have to do to use this thing. Is there like a mechanism, like converter or current stabilizer, that I could plug the shower head into instead of plugging it to the wall?
Running a separate cable directly to to my breakers is not an option. Also just installing a bigger breaker doesn’t seem like a good option either because my wall plug unit got hot.
Is there a product that could help me?
I am adding photos to clarify my issue. I would like an option to NOT having to run cable directly to box. I do admit it doesn’t seem likely that I have any option.