I have two of the 3000is gennies. If you hit the over-current protection you can not reset it without turning the gennie off and restarting. The breakers will only go if there is a short. I have had issues with running to close to capacity and a sudden bass note throws it into overload.
Hey Steve, hmmmm...Yeah the power came back on each time if it was going into overload, does this make sense even though we didn't reset it. If so, then i guess if we shut it off and turned it back on we would of been a go since we dropped the load on the genny.I was not interconnecting generators and was treating it as two separate circuits. Unfortunately this was all i had access too.
... After that the gig was fine. We weren't running very loud though, it was just a 5k run with a church band playing CCM...
The band was playing hockey music?
I didn't realize CCM was even related to hockey.... I was referring to contemporary christian music.
I knew what you meant Tommy, I play regularly in a half dozen Christian bands. Still, when I saw CCM it brought back fond childhood memories of playing hockey all winter, wherever we could find a patch of ice: a nearby lake, the streets, someone's flooded backyard (sump pump overflow from a basement),... I never could skate great so I played goalie (and shortstop).
:-) Here in East Texas anything involving ice skating is something we watch on TV. Sent from my Nexus 4 running OmniROM 4.4 KitKat using Tapatalk Pro
We got to watch it on the news - every time there is ice or snow in Texas, driving becomes a spectator sport.
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