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At 120 volts it will pull 4.166 amps. At 240 volts it will pull 2.08 amps.
A 120 volt table lamp with a 75 watt bulb will pull 0.625 amps. With a 100 watt bulb it will pull 0.833 amps. And with a modern fluorescent 13 watt bulb it will pull 0.108 amps.
Aprox 12 amps.
Either the power window motor is bad or the window is binding in the track mechanism.
About 2.25 Amps.
at 230v it will use 5 to 6 amps
12-2 (#12-2 conductor) wire doesn't "pull" 20 amps. However, it's ampacity rating is that of 20 amps. #12 copper wire is rated for a total load of 20 amps. So, always use a 20 amp breaker with it.
That's normal. It will pull more amperage when first turned on.
Anything that does not pull over 50 amps.