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Old 03-31-2005, 10:14 PM   #1
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How many people have tried running 2 generators with the eco-throttle on? Does it seem to work just fine for extended periods of time?
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How many people have tried running 2 generators with the eco-throttle on? Does it seem to work just fine for extended periods of time?
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I ran my single EU2000I for 6 days straight during the hurricanes last year. Ran the fridge, TV and Sat dish, plus a few lights. Got 7-9 hours per tank of gas. Have since converted the unit to propane fuel, with a kit I got from propane-generators.com
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I run mine parallel all the time with the Eco on. One will run a little harder than the other but hardly noticeable. I will shut eEco off if wife is using micro where it is on and off on and off like on a power level. I will also shut it off when running AC.


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