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Battery

The unit does not come with a battery. May I ask what battery that should be used. Is there a recomended model, make, voltage, etc?
State: VA - Virginia
Age: 55-64
This product will backup: Entire Home
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Group 26R, min. 525 cold cranking amps. Consider it standard maintenance to replace it every 3 or 4 years to guarantee the gennie is ready to start up at all times. A no-maintenance car battery from your favorite retailer is fine.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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Generac offers the recommended 26R wet cell battery, Model 5819 for the 7kW, in addition to the other available accessories described on the spec sheet - http://www.generac.com/SpecSheets/0...

To purchase this battery from a Generac dealer, please refer to our dealer locator at http://www.generac.com/Service/Deal...
State: WI - Wisconsin
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What weight oil is the 7kw unit shipped from the factory with?

I live in upstate NY...so we have hot summers & cold winters....looked at the manual and different oil weights are recommended depending on temperature. Would 10W30 be the safest for our climate? Temps could range below zero to 100 in any given year.
State: NY - New York
Age: 45-54
This product will backup: Refrigerator Freezer
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
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10W-30 is a multi-grade oil. The 10W refers to the Winter grade (cold start conditions) and the 30 refers the grade when the oil is at operating temperature. Multi-grade oils are made to deal with a wide temperature range, like your climate. A 5W-30 synthetic oil offers the best range and would work great year round for your location. The way to read the chart in the manual is to go by the coldest temperature in your climate, which would point you to 5W-30 as well.
State: PA - Pennsylvania
Age: 35-44
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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Given the range of temperatures where you are living, we would recommend using SAE30 during the warmest parts of the year and then changing the oil to 10W30 for the colder parts of the year.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
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Correct Control Wire specs

The instructions contradict each other. The DVD for this unit specifies 18 gauge 300volt, 75 degree C 6 conductor wire for control circuit

The Transfer switch book states 14 gauge 6 conductor wire.
Two questions: Which is correct?
IF 18 gauge is OK, can I use Thermostat or lawn irrigation wiring?

Thank you.
State: NH - New Hampshire
Age: 55-64
This product will backup: Furnace
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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Use 14 gauge wire
State: MA - Massachusetts
Age: 55-64
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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14 gauge wire should be used. The 18 gauge wire was listed in error and is being corrected. We apologize for any confusion.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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How do you program the exercise mode

State: NJ - New Jersey
Age: 55-64
This product will backup: Furnace
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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When you start the generator manually it will register the time and date that you did it and will use that time weekly as the exercise time.
State: MA - Massachusetts
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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You can program the day and time of exercise mode on the control panel inside of the generator. For complete details see page 13 of the owner's manual using the link below.

http://goo.gl/4Agj5
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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Venting the exhaust

Can the CorePower series generator's exhast/muffler be vented so that it can pass building code? Our code states that the exhaust must be vented to 2 feet above any household opening.
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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@generac1

the code is only in printed format and is the standard pennsylvania building code. the code states that if an exhaust source is within 10 feet of a window or door, the exhaust has to be vented to a point that is 2 feet above the opening.

i called generac and spoke with a customer service agent, who said that if i extended / vented the exhaust that it would void the warranty.

pretty disappointed that i have to spend an extra 2 grand to have the unit placed in a different location on my property.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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We are not familiar with that particular code. Could you please provide us with more information and a copy of the code for review? Thank you!
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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I live in NJ and temps can fall below 32 degrees in the winter. Does this unit require a cold weather kit as a result?

asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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I've installed over 50 Generac generators in southern NH and northern MA and have only used cold weather packages in a hand full of them which includes the one I installed for myself. If the temps fall below 32 degrees for even a few days the cold weather package will help your engine start better. I would recommend them if you live in a cold region.
State: MA - Massachusetts
Age: 55-64
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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A cold weather kit is not required, but it is recommended to help maintain optimal battery temperature.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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Relative to the house and fuel supply, where would the "front" & "back" of the generator be positioned?

State: MA - Massachusetts
Age: Over 65
This product will backup: Entire Home
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
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The back should be facing the house.
State: MA - Massachusetts
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answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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For the 7kW Core Power unit, the shorter sides of the generator are the air intake sides, while the longer two sides are the exhaust sides. When positioning the unit, the air intake will face the house, with the control panel in the back left corner. The unit will also have decals within the housing to indicate the back of the unit. The minimum distance that the back of the unit can be from a home is 36” from a one hour fire rated surface as per NFPA 37, or 60” from any combustible material.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
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Transfer Switch Breakers

Can these be replaced, for example with Arc Fault breakers to meet code and/or replace 4 15A breakers with 3 20A breakers. If so, what is the manufacturer of the breakers, please?
State: WA - Washington
Age: 45-54
This product will backup: Entire Home
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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The 8 circuit transfer switch bundled with the 7 kW generator uses breakers manufactured by Siemens. You can buy your own and replace the breakers with single pole or double pole standard, AFCI or GFCI type breakers as required for your application and in compliance with local codes and/or the NEC.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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If required by local code, the breakers in the transfer switch may be replaced with arc fault breakers. Any breaker that was installed at the factory that is removed must be replaced by an arc fault breaker. As long as the total amperage is not increased, multiple breakers may be replaced to meet your configuration needs. However, a single 15 amp breaker cannot be replaced with a 20 amp breaker, as this is an increase in amperage and may not be compliant with the wiring running to that circuit.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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I would like to know if the Generac 7Kw works with a small portative gas propane thank like 30 lbs ? Thanks

State: QC - Quebec
Age: 45-54
This product will backup: Well/Water Pump
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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The smallest propane tank we can recommend for use with our current 2013 and newer automatic standby generators that utilize an Evolution Controller is a 250 gallon tank. The answer above is referring to the 2010 Nexus Controller product only. The volume and pressure required for the unit can be located in the owner’s manual and installation guidelines that are provided with the unit. The fuel consumption for each model number can vary, and we recommend ensuring the documentation utilized reflects your particular generator’s model number. To locate a copy of the owner’s manual and installation guidelines for your particular unit, search the model or serial number here: http://www.generac.com/Service/Manu....
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
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The smallest propane tank we can recommend is a 120 gallon tank. The volume and pressure required for the 7kW unit utilizing liquid propane is 119,952 BTU/hr with 10-12” of water column.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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Is this unit CARB compliant/for sale in California?

State: CA - California
Age: 55-64
This product will backup: Entire Home
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
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The 7kW Core Power unit is CARB compliant and is for sale in California. To locate a dealer in your area, search your postal code here: http://www.generac.com/Service/Deal....
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They are UL, CUL, and EPA compliant.
State: MA - Massachusetts
Age: 45-54
This product will backup: Furnace
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
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7 kw core power- great but noisy- is there a muffler?

This unit covers a lot. A Good part of my house. One neighbor said my house looked like a landing strip. It is a bit loud. It doesn't bother us but it is not far from my neighbor bedroom. Is there a muffler or some devise that can cut the noise level. Sounds no louder than a lawn mower.
State: DE - Delaware
Age: 55-64
This product will backup: Other
asked 2 years, 2 months ago
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The unit has a muffler built into it. It is located on the front side and the exhaust comes out of the left and right vent slots. This is as quiet as it will get and no other sound deadening accessories are available.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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Lakeland
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We do make our best effort to manufacture our home standby generators to meet the noise level expectations of our customers. However, there are certain elements of operation that must be considered with an air-cooled engine driven product such as air flow requirements that limit our ability to further sound-proof the enclosure. Generac does not offer other accessories to allow for quieter operation.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
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I removed my 7.5 am fuse last night to save battery power and now when I put it back in all the lights are blinking. We have no utility power.

I read in the user manual that you should remove the 7.5 amp fuse when not using the CorePower to save drain on the battery, and to minimize noise at night as houses are all right next to each other in my neighborhood. . Right now, I am in Madison, CT (65% of homes without power) and there is no utility load present. I put fuse back in and red lights started blinking. However, generator started just fine. Is there anyway I can stop lights blinking. As mentioned, there is no utility load at present. Is there any damage this will cause. I read in earlier answer that a utility load is needed. There is hook-up via natural gas to our home using transfer switch, but utility isn't yet back on, and may not be so for another 1-4 days.
State: CT - Connecticut
Age: 55-64
This product will backup: Entire Home
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
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When you pull the fuse you also reset the Excerise timer. The red lights will flash until you push Set Exercise again at the time you want the exerciser to startup the generator each week.
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During an outage situation, removal of the 7.5 amp fuse will reset the control panel and erase the pre-set exercise time causing all of the lights on the control panel to blink. To properly reset the panel and clear the blinking lights, utility power is required. Once utility power is returned, set the toggle switch on the generator to the AUTO mode and press and hold the Set Exercise button on the day of the week, and time at which you wish it to exercise. Further information on setting the exercise timer is located in the Control Panel Interface section of the owner’s manual.
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Can I run this generator manually?

Will this generator start and stop in manual mode (and supply power at the same time) without the connections to the transfer switch? Also, what are the xfer, +BAT+, & BAT- terminals on the transfer switch used for?
State: NY - New York
Age: 45-54
This product will backup: Entire Home
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
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I suspect it will work manually but it's not designed this way. The terminals XFER, +BAT and -BAT are the signal cable & power cables for the transfer switch mechanism; it's what automatically flips the breakers in the top of the transfer switch case.
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The automatic standby units are designed to be hard-wired into a Generac brand automatic transfer switch for proper installation and will need to be installed by a certified installer or electrician as described in the installation guidelines that are provided with the unit. The units are not compatible with a twist-lock connection, or a manual transfer switch, and to install it as such may void the factory warranty. Operation of the unit strictly in the manual mode will also prevent the unit to perform its weekly automatic test, which is necessary to keep the unit functioning properly.
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What oil filter from other brand may be used instead of stock filter for 7kW Core Pwr. 14.8HP CC 432 eng.? Stock# OH9039

State: NJ - New Jersey
Age: 45-54
This product will backup: Entire Home
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The Generac oil filter part number for CorePower 7kW 5837-0 is 070185B or 070185D. I don't know of any cross-reference to somebody else's part. You'd probably need to research based on these part numbers.
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The recommended oil filter part number will vary depending on the particular model and serial number for your unit. The specifications for your particular model can be found in your owner’s manual under the “Specifications” section. To locate a copy of your owner’s manual online, search your model number here: http://www.generac.com/Service/Manu....
The correct oil filter and other maintenance parts for this unit can be purchased through your local certified dealer. To locate a certified dealer, search your postal code here: http://www.generac.com/Service/Deal.... We do not recommend to cross reference to non-Generac parts, as damage to the unit caused by non-Generac parts will void the unit’s warranty.
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Two Service Panels

Can the generator be connected to two service panels. We have one in the original part of the house and another in an addition. Both need to be connected
This product will backup: Refrigerator Freezer
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Each circuit that will be on generator power when street power is out needs to be moved from the panel it is in currently to the transfer switch panel. If you install the transfer switch near the main panel then the only option you have is to move the entire subpanel feed over to the transfer switch along with the individual branch circuits to be covered from the main panel. My guess is this is going to too much potential current draw for this model and you're going to have to go bigger. The largest breaker that comes with the transfer switch is 2 pole, 30 amp.
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The 7kW Core Power automatic standby generator was designed for use with the provided transfer switch to cover individual circuits. We as the manufacturer do not recommend powering an additional sub-panel off of the transfer switch, as the generator and transfer switch are sized for the generator output. The 7kW has an output of 29.1 amps when utilizing propane, and 25 amps when utilizing natural gas.
If a different transfer switch is necessary for your application, the 7kW Core Power unit is compatible with all of our other Residential style transfer switches. For information our current Residential transfer switches, please visit http://www.generac.com/Residential/.... The generator and transfer switch will still need to be installed as per the installation instructions provided with the unit. To locate a copy of the installation guidelines, search the generator model or serial number here: http://www.generac.com/Service/Manu....
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Use of lp and natural gas

Can the unit be set up to use lp or natural gas by turning a valve. If I lose natural gas can I switch to lp
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Our home standby generators up to 48kw come set from the factory for natural gas but are easily field convertible to propane. To convert from natural gas to propane, and vice versa, you will want to reference the section in the owner’s manual titled “Reconfiguring the Fuel System.” This section of the manual will detail the steps to convert from natural gas to propane, and back, for each of our different models. It is not advised to continually perform this reconfiguration, but in the event of an emergency or a change in available fuel supply, it is a simple conversion. Local codes will dictate what is needed to adequately and safely supply the fuel required.
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No, not by a valve. Some disassembly and reconfiguration of the fuel system is required. A different fuel jet is used for LP. The default configuration is for natural gas.
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Can the exercise cycle be extended to run every two weeks instead of every week?

State: NY - New York
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The unit is programmed to exercise weekly for 12 minutes; there is no option to change the length of time between exercise cycles.
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No, this is not configurable.
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What operates the battery charger?

Does it charge during exercise or is it the control wiring from the transfer switch?
State: VT - Vermont
Age: 55-64
This product will backup: Other
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The automatic standby generators have a battery charger integrated into the control panel. When properly installed, the battery will be charged by the T1 line, which pulls from utility power when available, whether the unit is in the AUTO or the OFF position. When utility power is lost and the generator is providing power, the battery charger is powered off of the generator output. The integrated charger is designed to keep a battery at full charge; it will not recharge an already low or dead battery.
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A trickle charger is provided inside the generator cabinet. This maintains the battery in a charged state when utility power is available so it is always ready to start the engine. I recommend replacing the battery every 3 to 4 years max.
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What size propane tank is recommended for this product

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The smallest propane tank we can recommend for use with our current 2013 and newer automatic standby generators that utilize an Evolution Controller is a 250 gallon tank. The answer above is referring to the 2010 Nexus Controller product only. The volume and pressure required for the unit can be located in the owner’s manual and installation guidelines that are provided with the unit. The fuel consumption for each model number can vary, and we recommend ensuring the documentation utilized reflects your particular generator’s model number. To locate a copy of the owner’s manual and installation guidelines for your particular unit, search the model or serial number here: http://www.generac.com/Service/Manu....
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The smallest propane tank we can recommend for use with our automatic standby generators is a 120 gallon tank. The volume and pressure required for the 7kW Core Power unit utilizing liquid propane is 119,952 BTU/hr with 10-12” of water column. The 7kW Core Power unit will consume approximately 1.31 gallons per hour when operating at full load.
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how close to the house can it be installed

i have a very small yard and would pretty much have to put the unit against the wall of the house. would that be a safety hazard? thanks!
State: MA - Massachusetts
Age: 35-44
This product will backup: Entire Home
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The minimum distance from the house that this unit can be installed is 36 inches, and that is only if your local building codes will allow it. For complete installation instructions, as well as information regarding placement of the generator, please see the owner's manual (http://goo.gl/Upy6S), and be sure to consult your local code authority to ensure that your installation complies with local codes.
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I installed many generators in Southern NH and Northern MA and in all cases the distance by code is 5 feet
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