Question about Yamaha EF2400iS Portable Generator
I have a yamaha 3000isb generator. checking voltage with multi-meter I get 60 volts between ground and each (hot and neutral) with the generator grounded. Shouldn't I get 0 volts between ground and neutral and 120 volt between hot and ground? If I put one lead in hot and one lead in neutral I get 120Volts. Confused,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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