Displaying GENERATOR parts for the Kawasaki Engines GAT40A-AS00 Generator GA1400A

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13091

Kawasaki Engines 13091-2004

HOLDER

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13227

Kawasaki Engines 13227-2066

HOUSING,RR

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13227A

Kawasaki Engines 13227-2067

HOUSING,FR

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14079

Kawasaki Engines 14079-2059

HOLDER-ASSY

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21001

Kawasaki Engines 21001-2184

GENERATOR

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21003

Kawasaki Engines 21003-2155

STATOR

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21007

Kawasaki Engines 21007-2058

ROTOR

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21066

Kawasaki Engines 21066-2059

REGULATOR-VOLTAGE

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28018

Kawasaki Engines 28018-2052

RESISTOR

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49018

Kawasaki Engines 49018-2002

DIODE

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59221

Kawasaki Engines 59221-2097

CONNECTOR-CORD

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92002

Kawasaki Engines 92002-2291

BOLT

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92002A

Kawasaki Engines 92002-2293

BOLT

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92009

Kawasaki Engines 92009-2268

SCREW

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92022

Kawasaki Engines 92022-2012

WASHER

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92037

Kawasaki Engines 92037-2004

CLAMP

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92071

Kawasaki Engines 92071-2007

GROMMET

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Hard-wired Backup Generator Sizing

For more advanced electrical backup, you can have a 5,000-6,000-watt portable generator wired into your homes' electrical panel. This generator may run the majority of your electrical appliances including the well-pump, furnace, water heater and most small appliances, just not all at the same time. A certified electrician should install an "interlock" switch that disconnects your house from the grid and connects a circuit to your generator with one lever. If you don't even want to notice a power outage, set up a dedicated backup propane, LPG or diesel generator hardwired into your electrical panel with an automatic transfer switch. It will automatically start up and shut down when needed. You MUST put the generator outside in a well-ventilated area.