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The overload fault is indicating that your connected load is overloading the generator capacity and it's tripping off. Check your connected load (what ever is hooked up that you're trying to power). You need to use an amp meter to verify the amp draw, and also the rated voltage output. If it's low voltage, could be low engine RPM or voltage regulator. high current indicates a problem with load your trying to power, ie-- Motor or other load.
Bad motor no air moves. Look on the back of the motor If it is a GE X13 and not running you need a new motor. Many thousands Have failed. Our supplier sends them back for warranty by the pallet load.
Factory replacement warranty is 5 years. You have to pay to have it installed. Out of warranty They cost $560.00 plus tax and installation.
That's your fresh air damper control in most mobile homes. At some point the fresh air function is counter productive since it was intended disperse manufacturing fumes. Damper might be stuck or damper motor dead. Wouldn't worry about it.
If this fan uses a run capacitor, I'd check it and its wiring and connection first. No problem there ? Then ohm out the motor winding in the fan. If this is a variable speed ECM motor Then you may want to check the module for a burned out thermistor (inrush current limiter) or even check the wiring harness on the motor for tightness. If the thermistor is defective, you can order one from Digi key for less than $2 + postage, adn then solder it in or pay about a grand for a new motor.
Check your wiring! If it wasn't tripping before and now it is, you have your hot and neutral crossed or neutral and safety ground crossed. You can not draw current via the safety ground, that is what caused the GFCI to trip, it senses current being drawn in that wire.
Por el a?o del vehiculo, casi puedo apostar que es la bomba de la gasolina. Cuando las bombas empiezan a fallar, trabajan por un rato, despues se calientan y dejan de trabajar, al poco tiempo, ya no trabajan para nada. Casi todas las tiendas de auto partes grandes como AutoZone y Checkers prestan herramienta. Consigue un Fuel Pump Pressure tester para que chequees la bomba de la gasolina. Ahi mismo te dicen cual es la presion que debe de tener. La presion se chequea abriendo la llave pero sin arrancar el vehiculo. Aqui esta un diagrama de como se connecta el probador.