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What could be wrong with my PM0545305.01 Powermate It fries electronics now when connected to my house?

I have one PM0545305.01 Powermate that fries electronics when connected to my house, it never did for the first 10 years, what could be wrong?

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Hi Have you tested the voltage output from the generator outlets.

How are you connecting to house power?


possible power spike

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