I will make certain but if I understand right it is a 120 Volt outlet for a big power cord. I think the model above mine has a 240 Volt outlet. I will make sure though before hooking it up. Thanks for the response.
Re: New generator. Wiring up an hour meter in reply to Bob M, 02-25-2013 19:07:08
Thanks for the link that is great info. I will make sure of what that outlet is. If it is 120 Volt I might put a small 110 standard plug in the cord so that I could run the meter off one of the small receptacles if I ever wanted to use the big plug in. Thanks again for the help!!
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