Is it OK to plug one power conditioner into another during burn-in?

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rippolito

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First of all, Merry Christmas to everyone:  I hope you and your family have a good holiday.

I've purchased two power conditioners to audition.  Both require a burn-in period of x hours under some load.

Would you see any problem if I plug several loads into one conditioner, then plug that (loaded) conditioner into the other, so the load current goes through both conditioners?

Thank you, in advance, for any help you can provide...
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You are gonna fit in just fine around here.... 8)

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You are gonna fit in just fine around here.... 8)
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You are gonna fit in just fine around here.... 8)

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rollo

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 Merry Christmas. Yes but why not just install for desired use and break both in that way. You were planning on using both correct ?



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