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Why doesn't my GE Symphony 20kw generator turn off after the power comes back on?

The transfer switch could be bad, worn internally, a manual switch, or a semi-automatic transfer switch. Check the transfer switch part numbers and google them to find out exactly what kind they are. In some places fully automatic transfer switches are not permitted in a residential environment.

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HOW DO I install a 3 phase generater to an mcc to automatically change over to generater power in the event of a mains power failure?

You would need a three phase automatic transfer switch.

Your local electric company usually requires you the have these automatic transfer switches install by a license electrician.

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I have a Taylor Perkins 150 KW generator on chicken houses. It will start on manual but not on automatic. Once started manually it won't transfer thru transfer switch.

Go the transfer switch and locate the 2 DC control wires that go to your generator for remote start.(On the remote start terminals) If you jumper these wires in the transfer switch and it starts, then the problem is with the transfer switch. If it still won't start check the wiring from the switch back to the generator, if all ok then suspect the generator control board. I would recommend you have an electrician do this, as there is line utility power in the switch and is dangerous !

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Check the connections on the tranfer relay and two coils. The two coils have blue wires. I have seen them come off from assembly or shipping its common. Each coil has two blue wires #8 and E1 with crimp steak ons and limit switches make sure there all pushed on all the way. Hope this helps

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I'm wiring a briggs and stratton 1918 automatic transfer switch. how do i wire the chosen circuits to be powered? would they be wired exactly as if they were at the main panel?

With any transfer switch, automatic or otherwise, there are three (3) connections:

1. The normal feed (from your local utility)
2. Emergency feed (from your generator)
3. The load (your power panel or other electrical loads)

The transfer switch should be marked "N" for normal, "E" for emergency, and "L" for load

If you want individual circuits, then you will need a second power panel to separate the circuits.

This can be tricky, and if you are not familiar with transfer switches or emergency power, it's best left to a licensed electrician.

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