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What size generator, watts, doe's it take to start AC unit 57915.531 ?

I have a duo-therm model 57915.531, I am trying to find out what size generator I need to cold start this unit. I am wondering how many watts will it take to start the unit up , I am thinking of buying a 2000 watt generator, Will this be enough ? JIM

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A 10000 due to the startup surge. also need start kits on any ac started by a generator.

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