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Old 02-04-2023, 07:44 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Dodge 1996 4x4 Dan View Post
Your 120v circuits are going to be wired to one or the other of the 2 phases of the 240v service entrance voltage.

You will have to take that into consideration and jumper the two 120v together. Not a good thing if you forget to un jumper and go back to grid power.

I think you are going to pop something when trying to hook the inverter and generator power together.
Welcome to the forum.

One of the inverters I'm considering doesn't have AC power blocks, so if I were to power both legs of my panel with the full output capability, I think I'd need to use 2 outlets and make sure the hot and the neutrals are sorted out properly.
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