It is hard to say without knowing the draw of each item. My Powerhorse 4000 watt generator ran both circulation fans for our forced air heaters in my home as well as both refrigerators we have. I recommend checking the draw of each item you want to power, add them up ,and see if it exceeds the capacity of the generator.
This generator will not run all of those items at the same time. You will need to know the wattage requirement of all the appliances you want to run to determine the correct size generator to purchase. Please view our Generator Buyers Guide at: http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/buyers-guides_generators for more information on how to determine which generator will work for you.
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Generally speaking, yes, it probably can. You will need to put one high-demand item, like the sump pump, and one low-demand item, like the freezer, on one circuit leg, and the other two on the other leg. You may need to avoid running both items at the same time on the same circuit to avoid overload in the circuit. One way to be sure about this is to look up how many watts of power each item you want to run demands in order to do its job. As long as the two items per circuit do not demand more than 1550 watts to run continuously, you are good to go. If they exceed 1550 watts, you will need to run them one at the time on each circuit.
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- Snellville, GA.
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