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Old 03-18-2011, 05:16 PM   #16
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HHmmm, all of them?

maybe I should change mine to reflect that.
Ok, maybe not, but the ones that have been here awhile I know about.

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Thanks for all the replies and discussions.

"Oh, just couple small generators then? all that POCO power available and only these 2, relatively small, generators?"

The generators only cover certain things, and aren't meant to back-up our primary. With the dual feeds from N-Star we've never been without power on at least one.
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Old 03-19-2011, 12:28 AM   #18
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Opps.,, Désolé ( sorry ) about that.

I agree with speedy pete.

Anyway Really as far you know with multi motours set up it will be much wiser to use the fused disconnect switch for it.

I think it will be wiser to go over the Electrician Talk fourm to contuidne discuss this you will get alot more answer there.

My S/N is the same over there.

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