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Thank you. That does not seem very functional at all when everything I am reading says they have to be outside for ventilation. I think we may need quite a few things plugged into it.
Once my brother wired it so with a generator when the storm took out power that he.could run the whole house,He is handy with things,I Wouldn't recommend this.They do have to be outdoors because of fumes.
Nichol is right. I stand corrected. It IS possible (for an electrician) to install a power transfer system if your portable generator has a 30-amp outlet. It wouldn't run a household, but you could more conveniently run a few devices at a time.
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