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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizeguy View Post
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    Took about an hour to install and I bought a 9000w generator from Costco for $500 (?).. it runs off of gas, propane or natural gas.. it'll run half my house.. $800 total cost
    where did you get the transfer switch kit? cost?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave89iroc View Post
    where did you get the transfer switch kit? cost?
    Home Depot.. $280
    YouTube has a step by step instructions on installation
    https://youtu.be/xTqjwt6WJ7o
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizeguy View Post
    Home Depot.. $280
    YouTube has a step by step instructions on installation
    https://youtu.be/xTqjwt6WJ7o
    That switch is nice, I should get that instead of back feeding, would be way easier for my wife to do.

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    The nice thing about back-feeding is I don't have to worry about
    choosing which circuits I want / need to power.

    I simply shut off the house main power switch, back-feed from
    the generator into the box & everything has available power,
    safely.

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