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Where do I get a new carburetor for my EU1000i Honda generator?

Either through your local Honda power equipment dealer, or online at a Honda power equipment distributor like or I have had great service from all of these options.

Oct 16, 2014 | Honda Electrical Supplies

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Engine runs but stalls when you put a load on it

As the load goes up on any gas engine, the governor is supposed to open the carburater as needed to keep the engine speed up. It is normally a vertical lever with a spring attaching it to the carburater throttle linkage. Look it over and you will see it. Is it working?

Nov 24, 2013 | Honda Eu1000i Eu1000 Generator Service...

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It has been sitting up for a couple of months and now I can't start it.

drain gas from carb. clean spark plug. trying to start with old/bad gas will foul out the plug.

Aug 29, 2013 | I Power In Box Honda Eu1000i Power...

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Eu1000i runs and cuts off.....pump is good

If you haven't had it started for a while and have left gas in it, you probably have old/bad gasoline. Drain it and put new gas in. It may have clogged the fuel filter with rust and sediment from the old gas. Next time, put "Sta-bil" in it when you store it for the season, it will stabilize your gas.

Jun 21, 2012 | Honda Generator Cover Eu1000i Camo

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Honda eu1000 lacking correct ac power output

hi wizman sorry not answered your reply to me about a week ago ,just too lazy and lost a lot of interest in this site since it was changed ,trying to find the new questions as they come in ,and the odd 4 dollar ones which goes towards my phone bill and this new lay out and questions filling my inbox ,anyway now to answer this one i suppose and i think here i would need more info as to how it was before it was rebuilt .But i would have a play and strip and clean the carb first .right now to see what else i have been sent as star trek is on TV in 20 mins .

Nov 10, 2011 | I Power In Box Honda Eu1000i Power...

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How can I shut my Honda eu1000i off from inside the cabin?

You should not have to cut any wires to install a remote kill switch. Most honda engines have an oil alert what will cut ignition if oil level is low. The switch actually shorts the itnition to ground just like the on / kill switch. Just unplug oil alert wire from harness and add a homemade connector with second lead and connect another wire to ground/frame of generator engine. When you short these two wires together it should kill engine. Solder these two wires to a female connector (Radio Shack) and just leave inside generator when you want remote switch. Attach switch to leads of desired length of male connector to mate with female connector at generator. Good Luck.

Jul 10, 2010 | Honda Electrical Supplies

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2 year old honda eu1000i generator with new spark plug fresh oil fresh fuel clean air filter starts eazy runs for 2 mins then dies


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