Originally Posted by willingtonpaul
can you just leave the genny running ? arguably more reliable that having it start and then having to worry that the A/C start, too....fuel and noise issues aside, naturally...
Actually the more I think about it you are right. That would be the mist reliable scenario. (noise issue aside, fuel not an issue)
So if shore power is connected and generator is running, is the default connection for the transfer switch shore power or whichever is supplied first?
If shore power is lost and transfer switches to generator, will transfer switch back to shore power if it comes back on? Would rather it just stay on generator.
Also, any thoughts on how this would affect AC units if any of this scenario happened?