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Are you talking about just plugging in a plug with no cord, that internally connects Neutral to Ground? I imagine it would work perfectly... until someone who doesn't know what it's for assumes it's a simple outlet cover and unplugs it to plug something else in to that outlet. As far as whether it's code-legal, probably not. Code tends to frown on things ...


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This is a half answer, based on some parallel knowledge not directly related to small home generators, so bear with me… The only generators I get near are those on movie sets, which are gigantic by comparison - see Aggreko for an idea of the sizes I'm talking about. These, of course, are smooth as silk so require considerably less external mitigation. ...


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I would use your plan 3 with some adjustments Your plan to use the existing 2" PVC conduit to the shed is the soundest plan out of the three you've put forth. Running extension cords long distances is just asking for them to get damaged by things, so plan 1 is out. Furthermore, plan 2 would require you to either field-punch a KO somewhat below where ...


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