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I have a 10,000 watt surge and 7000 watt running capacity on a 240/120 vac generator. Now this is a theory I have electric heat with 10,000 watt heating elements. When the heating elements kick on it bogs down the generator to the point I have to kill the heat. The question is if I bought a 15 kva isolation transformer 240/120 primary and 240/120 secondary and installed it between my main panel and the generator does anyone think the generator would absorb the inrush current and not the generator so bad. Again I haven’t done it but I’m curious
 
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