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Old 09-30-2015, 08:08 PM   #11
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Always outside. A photo of one of the numerous times I used this.
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That's weird, I don't know why the title of this thread was changed. Anyway, thanks for the responses and my wish for all of us, is no need at all for generators for any reason.
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We have a 5.7Kw, gas engine driven generator, with 120V and 230V taps. When Wilma hit, we ran a small window shaker AC, our fridge and deep freezer, plus our neighbors fridge. I will never go through a hurricane season with out one.
And he forgot to add, at meal times we'd unplug the deep freezer and/or fridge and have power to run the microwave and/or toaster oven and/or a little 2-element electric buffet line stove. We ate VERY well for not having regular power. I think we even plugged up the TV a time or 2.
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