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Monitor 2400 heater will shut down when I run My generator

We had a power outage the other day, 4 days total . And when I hooked up my new Homelite 5700 watt generator my monitor 2400 heater it would shut down when it went to go into high. It would do its regular start up and the shut down like it had lost power. It runs fine on a smaller 2400 watt generator I had borrowed or when it is on the regular house current. I was told I need a line conditioner with "pure sine wave". But they are very expensive on the ones I have looked at. Does anyone know if it has to be a pure sine wave or would a modified sine wave UPS/ line condition work. Or anything else I could try.

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  • cruisn69 Dec 20, 2008

    Just to let you know I went to Wal Mart and purchased a RCA low profile flat power conditioner for $11.88. The best thing it worked. I ran My Monitor Heater for over 30 minutes on my generator with no problems

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    Have tried shutting off.

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A UPS unit might work. Electronics need steady clean power.

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