Question about Coleman Powermate Premium Plus 6250W Portable Generator
I have lost the directions to the above generator. I am looking at the receipt from Home Depot dated 3/31/06 which describes it as a 5KW Generator-Briggs 10HP Intek OHV. For whatever it means, the description is 5000 Briggs-Stratton.
Do you know of anyplace I can download a manual for this item? Naturally I waited until we have a couple of hurricanes coming towards us, we are in Florida
You will need to contact Powermate directly (see below), and give themthe CORRECT model # info that you have there on that Genset.
Unfortunately what you posted above doesn't help out at all as there isNO model # for reference. Certain models are no longer available asthey have been discontinued and only by contacting Powermate directlywill you get the proper Operators Manual.
There should be no charge for this and most likely it will be a PDF download sent by their service dept.
The model # should be found either on the engine decal plate or else on the generator head assy or it's power panel.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2008
Hey guys I have the same problem what I found out is you have to keep the oil up full if you don't there is a oil level safety inside that will shut it down,,,,keep it full it will keep on running
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
As far as a good brand look at briggs and stratton power products from a servicing dealer (shop) that has a good reputation in your area. don't go to a box store that only sells no matter the brand. the briggs and stratton units at home depot are cheaper made unit by from a servicing dealer
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
Let me add to what Frank said. I got a Powermate 6250 after Hurricane Rita. Filled it with good oil (Mobil synthetic) and did all those things you're supposed to, and it has been a jewel. During Ike, we ran it nonstop for 72 hours, other than a short time-out to top off the oil. My local Briggs and Stratton dealer has done an annual inspection on it, so that might be a source of assistance for some folks.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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