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Re: Portable generator for the home

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Billy Shafer

03-08-2018 19:39:35

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They use the plug because it will work. BUT if some thing goes wrong or someone turns on the main breaker. But for gets to unplug the generator. You will get to watch the generator go up in smoke and could take the house with it. If the insurance company finds it. Insurance can be canceled.The most important reason not to use it. It is a danger to linemen. They can and have been killed by that system. That is why you need the proper equipment to take your system completely away. From the line side.

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jd man wis

03-09-2018 01:55:58

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 Re: Portable generator for the home in reply to Billy Shafer, 03-08-2018 19:39:35  
I under stand that and when I did this I'm the only one here that knows how to do some thing with the power going off for three days. the generator was out side and I did not want to loose any of the meat and food. When u are in something like the bad storms going thought the area a guy that has worked for his dad back in the 70s tell now I know what to do if things are need to be done. I know power ratings on wire what wire is need for a draw on them and always do a load test on the wire and generators braker just because is says 30 and 20 will it trip at that and should be tested. Turning the main brake off in the house made sure no power came out of the house to the down power lines and made the guys safe there heck I even had power to watch the flat screen and see were all the other storms were going.

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