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Generator sizing Is there much difference between a 425f,426e and a 413h generator?

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Yes, there is. the difference is in the feature that each
have.

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Send your email address to eggie-at-scheffler-dot-co-dot-za and I will mail you the manual in pdf format (820kb). Substitute "at" and "dot" with the usual symbols to mail me.

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