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Re: 2-Gang 120V outlets

Now I see the ground off of the neutral on the receptacle. When the previous owner disconnected the receptacles in the end plate the neutral is no longer
Bob Hayes
Jan 4
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1273

Re: 2-Gang 120V outlets

... Note the schematic shows this as an older standard 230/115 volt unit. Not the current 240/120V standard. Not a big deal. Over time there have been many
nature_camper
Jan 4
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1272

Re: 2-Gang 120V outlets

Thanks for the additional thoughts. From the factory this had a two-receptacle 120V 15A, and a two receptacle 240V 15A installed in the end of the generator
gelk_69
Jan 4
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1271

Re: 2-Gang 120V outlets

A few more details, just for consideration since I don't have a diagram for tour generator. Most generators are 240V split phase with a neutral being a center
nature_camper
Jan 4
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1270

Re: 2-Gang 120V outlets

Thanks to all for your assistance.
gelk_69
Jan 4
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1269

Re: Onan Gen Set [1 Attachment]

Paul If it were me I would change the fuel filter(s) Then remove the glow plugs if it has them and put something like Marvel Mystery Oil down each cylinder and
Joe R
Jan 3
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1268

Onan Gen Set

Hello, I just purchased this low hours Onan Gen Set in the photo used from a friend that bought it from the original owner which was a Hospital where it was
wb5idm
Jan 2
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1267

Re: 2-Gang 120V outlets

... If the generator can output 20ZA 240V it can output 20A from each 120 120V leg. The only issue is not using 240 and 120 outlets at the same time unless
nature_camper
Jan 2
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1266

Re: 2-Gang 120V outlets

IF this unit is capable of outputting 240 volts then no the neutral would not be overloaded. Because on a 240 volt circuit when one leg is positive the other
Joe R
Jan 2
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1265

Re: 2-Gang 120V outlets

... Look at the NEC, under most conditions 12 gauge wire is rated at 25A. It is just a co-incidence that 25A circuits are rare. ... Consider no new breakers
nature_camper
Jan 2
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1264

Re: 2-Gang 120V outlets

Thanks for the help. The previous owner had installed a 6-20R, third pin to neutral. Neutral is not bonded to ground on this machine. Also had installed 120
gelk_69
Jan 1
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1263

Re: 2-Gang 120V outlets

It sounds like you have a generator with two 120 volt windings connected in series to provide 240 volts, with the common tie brought out as "neutral" to
Richard
Jan 1
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1262

2-Gang 120V outlets

Happy New Year All! Re-doing my old Winco 5500 W genrator's outlets. I need add a 20A GFCI, while retaining the old non-GFCI to run the 20A wire welder. I
gelk_69
Jan 1
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Re: New Member

... spoilage problem. ... screw on the bottom, I leave mine open during storage, if you're going to store it for more than a week. I've had very good luck with
nature_camper
Dec 20, 2014
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Re: New Member

Thanks, Joe. I should mention that IÆm also a member of the Yahoo Honda EU2000i list, and these issues are discussed ad infinitum. HereÆs what I do: The
Jonathan Schwartz
Dec 20, 2014
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