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Shur-dri motor will not run on inverter

What is the start up power consumption or peak load of this motor I am trying to use it on a 2000w inverter and the inverter cannot handle the load, what size inverter wattage) will run this load? It is a shur-dri 115 v 9.8 amp motor 1 hp

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If your application is really One Horsepower. 745.7 watts then the inverter should be sufficient. However I can not be sure without more details

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