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do i have to have a copper grounding rod everywhere i use the generator ?
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What is the pressure range (psi) at the gas inlet that this generator is designed to operate within? (ie 30 psi @ 0 degrees F up to 218 psi @ 100 de )
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"Honda EM6500S iAVR Series Portable Generator - 6500 Surge Watts, 5500 Rated Watts, Electric Start, CARB-Compliant, Model# EM6500SXK2AT"

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"This Honda EM6500S iAVR Series Portable Generator features electric start and iAVR technology to provide 7000 Watts for up to 10 seconds to start larger equipment. Fuel Type Gasoline, Start Type Electric, Run Time 7 hrs. run time at rated load, Rated Watts 5,500, Engine Displacement cc 389, Surge Watts 6,500, Noise Level dB 73, Engine Honda iGX390. iAVR technology provides 7000 iAVR Watts for 10 seconds CARB compliant can be sold in all 50 states"
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Questions & Answers for "Honda EM6500S iAVR Series Portable Generator - 6500 Surge Watts, 5500 Rated Watts, Electric Start, CARB-Compliant, Model# EM6500SXK2AT"

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Is the starting battery included?

asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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HunterdonMike
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Yes, the battery for the electric start is included.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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ProductExpert5
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answer 2
Yes. If it is an electric start, the battery should be on board. You will have to hook it up, as it is disconnected for the storing process. I am sure a Northern Tool Mechanic can do this for you if you do not have tools or knowledge.
answered 1 week, 4 days ago
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Spec7Group
 - Ham Lake, MN
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Does this model have a floating ground?

asked 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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Anonymous
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The Honda EM6500 iAVR Series Generator's ground lead is not bonded to the neutral line. Each of its receptacles has a ground connection and there is a master ground connection point on the generators frame.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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ProductExpert23
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Hi backlash:
The ground lead on this model is NOT bonded to the neutral line. Each receptacle has a ground connection, and there is a master ground screw/connection point on the generator's frame. -Robert@Honda
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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HondaSpecialist
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