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10-21-19, 06:40 AM
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Posted By AllanJ

It is certainly possible to power two homes with...

It is certainly possible to power two homes with one generator using the method suggested preceding, given sufficiently fat wires over distance to combat voltage drop and appropriate manual...
10-21-19, 01:38 AM
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Posted By Luke M

I don't understand this. Are you talking about...

I don't understand this. Are you talking about powering two homes with one generator?
10-20-19, 09:36 PM
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Posted By lawrosa

also when I did that to my gen I removed the...

also when I did that to my gen I removed the GFI's and added regular outlets.

If I ever use the gen for say my camper I make an edison plug to rebond . This because the camper has no...
10-20-19, 09:31 PM
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Posted By lawrosa

page 13 how to lift bond ...

page 13 how to lift bond

https://cdn.westinghouseoutdoorpower.com/owners_manuals/WGen12000_manual_web.pdf
10-20-19, 09:27 PM
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Posted By lawrosa

No need to ground the generator seperately. When...

No need to ground the generator seperately. When you plug it into the home it gets bonded. Yes lift the bond at gen.

Whats model of gen
10-20-19, 09:25 PM
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Posted By lawrosa

Its my understanding of the code that the gen...

Its my understanding of the code that the gen nuetral needs to be floating when hooked to the homes electrical system. When you plug it in the bond is made at the panel and the gen gets bonded that...
10-20-19, 08:15 PM
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Posted By pattenp

It's best to not have the neutral bonded at the...

It's best to not have the neutral bonded at the gen. Also with the gen equipment ground connected to the house system it is not necessary to have a separate ground rod for the gen. You can add a...
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