No dumbasses PeterDumb, you are always dumb as usual, and Martin follows
the same Skunk ever since PeterDumb made lousy comment last time on Jon.
Jon is right.
Jim Rojas maybe new but he's down to earth.
Why you want to switch ground on the generator ground? Because it's the same
Ground that you dumbasses refer to "Neutral", better switch on copper nearby
than a ground far away.
I recommend connect both Neutral and Generator ground together. Then double
a pair of switch contact to Hot, this will double current capacity.
I AM PROIDIOT
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