Keep fuel stored in an approved storage container designed for storage of fuel. Always use the fuel that is recommended by the generator’s manufacturer. Do not store the fuel indoors. Keep fuel away from the generator, while the generator is running. Avoid refueling while the generator is in operation and keep a fire extinguisher easily accessible.
Use the standard lock out technique as recommended by the manufacturer when working on the generator so it won’t accidentally turn on. Electrical cords should be in full view but should be placed in areas where they won’t cause the user to trip and fall.
When you plug the generator into a wall outlet, you are back feeding into your electrical system. This can pose
While in operation, a portion of the generator’s exterior will become hot. Avoid touching the generator without wearing protective gear, and keep the area clear of debris to avoid fires.
Your Power Plus! generator professional will assist you with
Be sure to follow all local codes for permits,
Have your contractor walk you through the operation and maintenance of the generator. Obtain all manuals relating to your generator.
Run periodic tests of the generator to avoid potential failures. Test the transfer switch on a regular basis to ensure proper functionality as well.
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