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Onan 6.5NH connecting to panel


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Old 03-14-2017, 09:39:14 AM
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Default Onan 6.5NH connecting to panel

I am new to this, hope i am doing it correctly
I have a remote cabin NW Colorado and wanted to connect my generator to a breaker panel
I don't believe i will be needing 240 volt for any thing
Am i better off wiring the panel 120 volt or use both legs in the panel
I understand if doing so you need to to keep each leg equal, but that could be difficult
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