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Honda EX 3300 power generator will not stay on in auto throttle mode. It becomes difficult to restart after being turned on for a while.

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Check the fuel filter and the spark plug.

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  • Carlos Rivera Jan 24, 2013

    Fuel filter is ok, and spark plug too. I tweeked the pump and is working better
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SOURCE: honda ex1000 auto idle control

check the spark erestor screen that is behind and in the muffler.
it gets plugged with carbon

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