We are looking to connect a new water heater to an existing circuit. The existing circuit serves a 480/208 volt, 45 kva transformer. We placed a recording amp probe on the circuit breaker feeding the transformer and recieved A-24 amps, B-46 amps, C-26 amps. This transformer feeds three panels that serve a small cafe. I was suprised to see the high load on the B phase. Most of the loads are 120 volts (small coolers, sandwich presses, etc). Could this be an indication that the transformer is going bad or is this simply loads way out of ballance?