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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok Motors and the like generally DO NOT really go all that well from a generator, what load does the Stove use?, You must add up the cumlitive "Wattages" of ALL things connected, see your generator is about 3000 Watts, 3KW, How much "headroom" is there between the two? Whats supplied versus whats being used? Purely inductive loads, like Motors etc, are less responsive than electronic loads. I suspect that your generator is NOT providing enough current to the Stove, especially when "Other" things are connected. also. Look, if the, any, generator is 3000 Watts really you should only load it up to a couple of KW's, 2.5KW being about maximum. To do what you are doing would require, IMHO, at least, 5KW, to get the "Headroom" of current drawn over current able to be delivered by the generator. Also inductive loads loose heaps of power and actually cause a higher draw. So that your answer, you must use it well, inside it's rating, not right up to the limit.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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Hello, what you are not telling us is the size of the wires in the 4' cord and the 80' cord. However, you are correct in your thinking that the longer cord is cutting back on the available power that you have. Yes, if you extend the length, then the wire size in the cord has to be increased as well. To give you a size we will need to know the generator size. Having said that, an 80' cord is going to be a BIG amount of money. You might want to tell yourself how much money you are saving pulling the generator around. If you have to use the generator a lot, you might consider installing a cable to run the generator with.
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
SOURCE: Our Honda EB 3500 generator
It's either not getting enough fuel, or the govenor is not working. When the engine is running, watch the throttle linkage between the carburetor and engine, looks like a bent wire. When you throw a load on it, it should move to give the engine more power, if it dont, try moving it by hand.
If that appears to be working ok, check the fuel line from the tank to the carb for good gas flow.
You can also remove the float bowl on the bottom of the carb, it's a round bowl on the bottom of the carb with a bolt in the middle of it...clean it out and check the float. The float looks like a little catamaran, make sure it is moving freely up and down. That is about all you can do without removing and cleaning the jets in the carb.
Good luck, & i hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 27, 2011
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