Question about Guardian Rv Generator 4800 Watt, Gasoline, Primepact 50G
Really choke changed plugs, oil filter,. any other solutions
Is this an RV generator?
If you have to really choke an LP engine but it runs more or less normally once started you need to troubleshoot the demand regulator and the fuel supply lines (look for air leaks). I'd also check the fuel inlet pressure before the demand regulator.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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Check for stuck float, plugged fuel filter or fuel line. All tanks have a screen inside them to catch larger particles, and some also have a inline fuel filter. If everything checks ok, the passages inside the carb are plugged, follow the cleaning procedure outline in the manual to be sure you only have to do the job once! More solutions to different engine and generator problems at http://solosmallengine.blogspot.com/
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