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Generator Question: I have a stationery Kohler 12Res generator located outside house.

  1. Will this band-aid fix cause any problems with overload, assuming I don’t use the unit for washer, dryer, air conditioning, or electric range, but is connected to everything else including hot water heater?
  2. The service company is notoriously slow and I want the breaker replaced ASAP. Can the breaker be replaced by an electrician, or does he need to be a specialist with experience in dealing with the Kohler panel (inside house) and automatic transfer switch?


This electrical question came from: Jack, from Baltimore, Maryland

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Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical question Jack

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