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Operation
USmNG
THE
GENERATOR
System
Ground
The generatorhasasystemground thatconnectsthe
generator
frame components
to the ground
terminals
on
the AC output
receptacles,The
system ground
is connected
to the AC neutral
wire
(the neutral
is bonded
to
the
generator
frame),
Special
Requirements
There
may
be
Federal
or
State
Occupational
Safety
and
Health
Administration
(OSHA)
regulations,
local
codes,
or
ordinances
that
apply
to the
intended
use
of
the
generator.
Please
consult
a qualified
electrician,
electrical
inspector,
or
the
local
agency
having
jurisdiction.
,
In
some
areas,
generators
are
required
to
be
registered
with
local
utility
companies.
°
If the
generator
is used
at a construction
site, there
may
be
additional
regulations
which
must
be
observed.
Connecting
to
a Building's
Electrical
System
Connections
for
standby
power
to
a building's
electrical
system
must
be
made
by a qualified
electrician.The
connection
must
isolate
the
generator
power
from
utility
power,
and
must
comply
with
all applicable
laws
and
electrical
codes.
WANNING
When using generator for backup power, notify utility
company. Use approved
transfer
equipment
to isolate
generator
from
electric
utility;
Use a ground
fault circuit
interrupter
(GFC[) in any damp
or
highly conductive
area,
such
as metal
decking or
steel
work.
DO
NOT
touch
bare wires
or receptacles.
DO
NOT
use generator
with electrical
cords
which are worn,
frayed, bare or
otherwise
damaged.
DO
NOT
operate
generator
in the
rain.
DO
NOT
handle generator"
or electrical
cords
while standing
in water, while barefoot,
or"while
hands or feet are wet.
DO
NOT
allow unqualified
persons
or"children
to operate
or
service
generator:
Operate
generator
ONLY outdoors.
Keep exhaust
gas
from
entering
a confined
area through
windows, doors, ventilation intakes or other openings.
DO NOT operate generator inside any bOIding or enclosure
(even if doors or windows are open), including the generator
compartment of a recreational vehicJe(RV).
The generator
must be at least S ft. (I 52 cm) from
structures
having combustible
walls and/or
other
combustible
materials.
Leave at least 3 ft. (92 cm) all around
generator
including
overhead, for adequate
cooling,
maintenance
and servicing.
Place generator
in a well
ventilated
area, which
will
allow
for
removal
of deadly exhaust
gas. DO
NOT
place
generator
where
exhaust
gas could
accumulate
and enter
inside or be drawn
into
a potentially
occupied
building.
Ensure
exhaust
gas
is kept
away
from
any windows,
doors,
ventilation
intakes
or
other
openings
that
can
allow
exhaust
gas
to
collect
in a confined
area
(Figure
3). Prevailing
winds
and
air
currents
should
be
taken
into
consideration
when
)ositioning
generator.
Exhaust
Port
O
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