Generator and Length of Cord...?

Adding 10 ft. to a cord will not have a noticeable effect.

If you have a whole house transfer switch it should allow you to load up to the watts available, then it would trip the breaker on the generator or the breaker that connects the generator to the house. The effect would be loose everything, not just selected loads.

My guess is you have a bad connection on one leg. A residential 240/120v system is two opposing 120v legs, 240v devices are connected between the two hot legs to measure 240v, and the 120v loads are connected to one hot leg and to the center point (the "neutral") between the two to get half of 240v. The 120v loads are distributed somewhat evenly between the two 120v halves, and if one leg has failed then random 120v things will work and not work, and none of the 240v stuff will work.

I would check the breakers on the generator and the transfer switch to make sure nothing is tripped, then do a dry run to see if maybe something didn't trip or reset properly, then I would check the connections in the new cord, make sure all the connections are tight.

The next steps after that really require using a volt meter to make sure the generator is putting out correct voltage, then tracking each connection looking for the point that the voltage is lost.

9375 watts obviously is not unlimited, but should feed a lot. I don't really know what appliances you have, but I would be a little careful about running the dryer and the range at the same time, particularly the oven portion of the range, often the preheat function can use 5000 to 7000 watts. Other power thieves are the dryer, it should use about 4000 watts, electric water heater 3500-4500 watts. Single range top elements should run 1300 to 1800 watts each. Coffee makers and microwaves often use 1500 watts each.

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What are some lunch ideas for my husband? He doesn't have a microwave because he's always on the road.

I am always travelling, and got tired of eating sandwiches, and eating airport food (expensive, and not good for you). On the airplane, we don't have microwaves either; nor do many hotels have them (thank goodness for coffee makers), so this is what I came up with.

Cans of tuna, salmon, or chicken (single serve with poptop lid)

Single serve 100-calorie packets of crackers, chips, and cookies

Single serve packets of dried fruit or trail mix

Individual serving packets of nuts

Instant Cup of Soup (any flavor)

Cup of Ramen (whatever his favorite is, in the styrofoam cup)

Instant Mashed Potatoes (any flavor)

Oatmeal and Grits Packets (any flavor)

Breakfast bars or granola bars (any flavor)

Melba toasts or thin crispbreads, packed individually in baggies

Tortillas (pack these rolled, and wrapped in clingfilm)

Mini cheese rounds (don't need to be refrigerated)

Shelf-stable single serve packets of milk (in canned milk aisle)

Individual fruit cups (mandarin oranges, mixed fruit, etc)

Single serve veggie packets (carrots, broccoli, etc)

Single serve peanut butter (if he's not allergic)

Small packets of jelly (any flavor)

Small cans of sliced black olives (pack an army can opener too)

Look in your local grocery store for things like this, there are alot more of them, especially in the ethnic food section and the soup section.

For his first day out:

A sushi box (vegetable ones travel better) packed with frozen edamame pods (the pods will thaw, and are edible like that)

Individually wrapped cheese sticks

Cups of yogurt

Individual cups of Jell-o Gelatin (pick any flavor)

Individual cups of cottage cheese

Hard cooked eggs, shelled, in baggie (rinse, leave bit of water on)

A salad with croutons and dressing packed separately

These can be packed in a cooler with "ice pillows" or those ice substitutes available in the camping section.

Gas stations and fast food restaurants are actually really good about giving you hot water for free, or really cheaply ($.05). As long as he has plastic silverware, some napkins, and one or two of those small Rubbermaid-type collapsible dishes, he's good to go.

Other things I usually carry are:

Single serve sweetener packets

Single serve drink mix packets (various flavors)

Single serve dried lemon and lime juice packets

Wet naps (single serve)

Regular paper napkins

A bottle of water

Single serve chocolate disks (high in calcium)

Tea bags and / or instant coffee packets

Liquid non-dairy creamers

Single serve honey sticks

Singles of ketchup, mustard, pickle relish, and mayonnaise

Single cups of fat-free ranch dressing

Hope that these suggestions help you and your husband.

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