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Hello - I'm not a professional electrician but I need to have another conversation with my electrician and would appreciate any advice beforehand. I have an old 4kw generator with a 240v NEMA 6-15 outlet. I want to power a 6 circuit trasfer switch but my electricial told me I can't because in my old gen the neutral and ground are bonded - which I did confirm via the gen's wiring diagram. Is this a problem and is there a transfer switch available for this configuration? Thanks for any and all help.
 

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