Question about Hammering
There is no dip stick on this product ....... trying to find the spec for oil capacity ....... it has a10 hp ohv briggs &straton engine .......
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem with a simular generator. I took it to a repair shop who told me it was the "low oil sensor". They fixed it and it lasted another 1.5 hours. I told my-self I would monitor the oil and cut the "low oil sensor" electronic line. It has laster 12 years as a backup generator running at least 200 hours per year. I still have it but have switched to a larger generator. If you, or whoever uses it, can watch the oil level, then cut this line, it will be fine. This sensor is for those who are not able to measure oil level !!!
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
Approximately 40 ounces. Put in a full quart first, then add about 1/4 of the second quart and start checking the dipstick until you are at the full mark. Each time you add more, let it run down into the engine for a minute or so before checking or you will get a false reading. If your engine has an oil filter and you changed it, figure about 2 extra ounces for the filter
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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