Question about Coleman Powermate Premium Plus 6250W Portable Generator
Now that I see your problem description it reminds me of my problem. Same thing. I think I got in touch with Tecumseh, the engine manufacturer, and ultimately found there was a problem in the fuel supply. It seems to me I poked a small hole in the carburetor or someplace where the fuel was to go thru. Making the hole bigger solved the problem. Tecumseh told me they had the problem with that engine. I wondered why they did not send out instructions to all buyers to poke the hole.
This was on a Powermate Ultra 2500, Model PMO422505.01
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
I HAD SOMETHING LIKE THAT BUT MY PROBLEM WAS THE ENGINE WAS SURGING.
THE PROBLEM WAS SOMETHING WAS RESTRICTING THE FUEL FLOW.
TRY PULLING OFF YOUR CARB. BOWL AND WHERE THE BOLT SCREWS IN TO THE BOWL YOU WILL SEE A BRASS SCREW THAT SCREWS INTO IT USE A PAPER CLIP OR A TORCH TIP CLEANER OR WIRE TO PUT INTO THE HOLE. YOU WILL NEED TO REMOVE YOUR AIR CLEANER FROM THE CARB IN ORDER TOCLEEN THAT.
HOPE THAT HELPS YOU.................
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Clean and or kit carb check make sure carb is getting gas tank my not be venting
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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